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Links 1 through 10 of 27 by Latoya Peterson tagged via:latoya

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"I watch a lot of British drama, and one is struck blind by how differently black men are treated within them...We’re not relegated to cardboard second banana status as we are in American procedurals, nor to cardboard symbolic nobility"

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"The reason Hillary won is because the Latino and Asian American votes remain emergent, not yet insurgent. Emergent voting blocs respond to leaders in their community. If the candidate wins the leader, she wins her followers..."

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Interesting article, but Kamiya's insistence on terms like "transcending race" and "colorblindness" totally miss the point. "In search of his identity, Barack Obama took the opposite path that I did. But we arrived at the same place -- and I'm voting for

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"Here’s a funny story from the CBC: Harlequin of the Harlequin romance novels have created new imprints to appeal to (female) readers of African and (East?) Asian descent"

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"Barack Obama may enjoy rock star like status and white people may come out in droves to his campaign rallies. But would this automatically translate to white people treating the common black person as well?"

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"NPR asked whether some blacks were lagging behind because they were choosing not to become "closer to whites in their values." Unfortunately, this line of questioning reinforces one of the most persistent myths in America, that white is always right."

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"The fact that Snoop was saved from the fruits of her success as a dealer by The Wire...That there was ever a TV show with the payroll and the plotline and the will to hire Baltimore corner kids is something beyond the realm of fairytale."

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"the way to overcome it is to start talking beyond race and start seeing beyond race. To be your brother's keeper, you must first know that you are his brother. "

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"Anyone who considers bull markets normal, extracurricular activities sacrosanct and New York a tidy, governable place — well, the original “Sesame Street” might hurt your feelings."

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