Some people note the enslavement, violence and theft that defined British rule, and they find it difficult to distinguish the individual of Queen Elizabeth II from the institution of monarchy. (Image credit: PA Images via Getty Images)
NPR’s Michel Martin asks three academics from Commonwealth countries to reflect on the British Empire’s complicated legacy on race.
The new monarch may no longer be as outspoken on the subjects he has previously championed
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