Rapper Is History Consultant

Cabinet yesterday named a Québec rapper to the federal Historic Sites and Monuments Board. Aly Ndiaye, a self-described “history enthusiast,” criticized scholars for their treatment of racism in Canada: “It was only in rap music that I recognized my experience as an African American, American in the continental sense.”

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