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Michelle Alexander: More Black Men in Prison Than Were Enslaved in 1850

Michelle Alexander: More Black Men in Prison Than Were Enslaved in 1850

by Thoai Lu on March 30 2011, 10:00AM

Clearly, colorblindness hasn’t gotten us very far.

Topics: Criminal Justice

Shirley Sherrod: Moving Past Colorblind, Toward the End of Racism

Shirley Sherrod: Moving Past Colorblind, Toward the End of Racism

by Shirley Sherrod on March 8 2011, 10:00AM

Having battled racism all my life, I have to wonder how this wonderful nation can overcome its obsession with skin color.

Topics: Politics

Another Fashion Week, Another Colored Model Fad

Another Fashion Week, Another Colored Model Fad

by Akiba Solomon on February 16 2011, 10:49AM

But still no sign of questioning the Euro-supremacy at the root of what’s hot and what’s not.

Topics: Gender, Arts & Culture

We Twisted King's Dream, So We Live With His Nightmare

We Twisted King’s Dream, So We Live With His Nightmare

by Tim Wise on January 17 2011, 8:00AM

Today’s remembrances abstract non-violence from justice, colorblindness from racial equity and public service from radical social transformation.

Topics: History, MLK Day

Film Critic Roger Ebert Gets Schooled Over His

Film Critic Roger Ebert Gets Schooled Over His “Huck Finn” Read

by Jorge Rivas on January 6 2011, 12:39PM

Film critic Roger Ebert keeps putting his foot in his mouth.

Topics: Arts & Culture, Media

Why Jim Needs to Remain Huck Finn's

Why Jim Needs to Remain Huck Finn’s “Nigger”

by Kai Wright on January 5 2011, 10:42AM

A well-meaning effort to make Mark Twain’s novel teachable removes the lesson.

Topics: Kai Wright

White Dad, Black Son and Raising Kids in a

White Dad, Black Son and Raising Kids in a “Colorblind” World

by Terry Keleher on December 22 2010, 9:31AM

Teaching how to create a more just world is one of the greatest gifts we can give our children.

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Four Tips and Resources for

Four Tips and Resources for “Post-Race” Parenting

by Terry Keleher on December 22 2010, 9:30AM

Terry Keleher shares his experiences as both parent and racial justice educator.

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Cases to Watch for the Most Conservative Supreme Court in Years

Cases to Watch for the Most Conservative Supreme Court in Years

by Victor Goode on October 4 2010, 10:35AM

Immigration, prison overcrowding, prosecutorial overreaching and the culture wars are all on the docket.

Topics: Criminal Justice, Immigration

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When “Colorblindness” Invades Your TV

by Jamilah King on September 14 2010, 9:34AM

Tim Wise breaks down how the myth that we’re post racial plays out in pop culture.

Topics: Arts & Culture

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