Who We Be: The Colorization of America – Kindle edition by Jeff Chang.

From Greg Bennett (@gabennett89) on Twitter: @zentronix’s book, #WhoWeBe, is about the way artists and visionaries change the way we see race. @IDAStanford

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TEDxHampshireCollege – Jay Smooth – How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Discussing Race – YouTube

Jay Smooth is host of New York’s longest running hip-hop radio show, the Underground Railroad on WBAI 99.5 FM in NY, and is an acclaimed commentator on polit…

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Bicultural Mama: Are You an Oreo, Twinkie, Sno Ball? Ethnic Slur Nicknames

Oreo. Twinkie. Sno Ball. These may sound like innocent delicious sweet treats, but when used in the context of race, they’re ethnic slurs.
In a derogatory manner, they imply how they perceive a person is physically different outside versus how he identifies with himself inside. These are exchanged not only between different races, but sometimes even within the same ones.

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Welcome to The Race Card Project! – The Race Card Project

What you see here are candid submissions from people who have engaged in a little exercise. Here’s how it works. Think about the word Race. How would you distill your thoughts, experiences or observations about race into one sentence that only has six words?

That’s right. Your thoughts. One sentence. Six words.

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Colin Kaepernick And ‘Post’ Post-Race America

This post is in partnership with TheShadowLeague.com.

You remember: Barack Obama won the presidency, everyone was feeling all bloated with hope and the images of the Civil Rights era took on a shiny new hue, on the way from legend to prophecy. Eulogies for the recently deceased specter of racism met no sarcasm or derision; token blacks and browns everywhere suddenly, unimaginably belonged, like a stumble that becomes a part of a dance. We frolicked for a moment in the utopic playground of Post-Race America, where no one could see or respond to race because we were, you know, over it.

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The Color Complex (Revised): The Politics of Skin Color in a New Millennium:

The Color Complex (Revised): The Politics of Skin Color in a New Millennium [Kathy Russell, Midge Wilson, Ronald Hall] on Amazon.com. *FREE* super saver shipping on qualifying offers.

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