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When we learned that witches did not exist, we threw out the category. So why do we cling to the discredited notion of race?
By Guest Contributors C. Richard King and David J. Leonard Image by Keith Allison via Flickr Creative Commons. One would hope sport media outlets might
A House minority from white districts want to destroy the first black president, and the GOP majority abets them
Alexandra Brodsky: I was sexually assaulted my freshman year at Yale. I refuse to remain silent anymore about what should be called an epidemic
Post-revolutionary Cuba responded to racial inequality more effectively than any country in the Americas. But racism proved more persistent.
The importance of building societal awareness of white privilege
"Note: This post is based on “We Talk, You Listen” (1970) by Vine Deloria, Jr (pictured), a Native American (Sioux) writer. His ideas, my words:
By 1970 it was clear to most people that American history was too white as commonly taught at schools and universities. There were two main schools of thought about how to set it right:"
As white people we are raised to think we are central to everything, especially in relation to other races, writes Gillian Schutte.
Don't worry White people! White Hispanics and our White Black President will save us! Geraldo Rivera's Fox News fact-twisting shows race retrenchment.