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Race and Russian interference: Senate reports detail age-old tactic | World news | The Guardian
“Equally important was putting black activist language out on social media in order to scare white citizens into thinking their nation was changing, and mobilize white voters in support of Trump,” he said, pointing to posts that falsely showed Black Lives Matter activists with guns and claimed they planned to exercise their second-amendment rights.

“Black folks were not the target for that,” Johnson said, adding in reference to pro-law enforcement conservative reactionaries: “I’m convinced the ‘Blue Lives Matter’ crowd was the target there.”
facebook  twitter  race  uselections  activism  2016  protest  russia  power  black  white  social  socialmedia 
8 weeks ago by allaboutgeorge
Jazz singer Nancy Wilson dies - The Washington Post
“Never have I gone anywhere and said, ‘Make me somebody,’ ” she said. “I came here as somebody. Consequently, you can’t turn me away from what I believe. These are the songs I like. And I’ve never recorded anything that totally wasn’t my choice.”
identity  songwriting  business  black  music  jazz  livemusic  popmusic 
9 weeks ago by allaboutgeorge
Tristan Walker on the Roman Empire and Selling a Start-Up to Procter & Gamble - The New York Times
I was 24 when I came to Stanford. The other 24-year-olds here were not only making millions of dollars but fundamentally changing the world. Why did I not have any idea this place existed? There was this world, this innovation economy, that by design I was unable to participate in because I didn’t know about it.
marketing  identity  men  black  business  beauty  corporations  aesthetics  race  culture 
10 weeks ago by allaboutgeorge
We are bearing witness to a profound moment in black culture, Aperture shows - Los Angeles Times
“First, in general, just even the idea of storytelling — the aesthetics, the accent, and the structure of storytelling still has to operate in the empire of this Eurocentric America. America is really European aesthetics. In general, the vocabulary of America is a white supremacist vocabulary and Europe lives in America with all of us being the ambassador and emissary of its vocabulary. My struggle is not only what I want to tell, but it is the very form of storytelling that I am in constant struggle with.”
storytelling  culture  black  african  aesthetics  media  magazines  photography  photojournalism  socialmedia 
october 2018 by allaboutgeorge
How Gordon Parks Became Gordon Parks - The New York Times
He understood the silence of African-American history in terms of the larger story. And he was determined to make sure that his story was told, and the breadth of his story was told from multiple perspectives, from a boy growing up in the Midwest, to someone who had a dream about being a photographer. His life was complex. And it was not one-dimensional, as most people think when they see someone who is black and poor in that time period.
photography  culture  journalism  attention  news  media  black  history  documentary 
october 2018 by allaboutgeorge
‘Stop calling 911 on the culture’: The powerful message Pyer Moss took to the fashion runway - The Washington Post
Jean-Raymond looks specifically at the way in which black people are cast in the role of “other.” They are not the default face of America; they are the face that America shows as proof of its diversity, as evidence of its openness, as a testament to its welcoming spirit. Black folks are not simply American. They are also American.
fashion  beauty  attention  black 
september 2018 by allaboutgeorge
Awkwafina, Cultural Appropriation, and Who Owns the Blaccent
It is not by accident that people in power acquire cachet and adoration (and more power) when they don facsimile costumes of the people kept from power. And yet, power doesn’t often propagate itself so plainly in popular culture. We see its influence in what ends up valued and not valued, but more often, appropriation goes undetected.
asianamerican  identity  black  voice  movies  film  power  community  culture 
august 2018 by allaboutgeorge
Otis R. Taylor Jr.: Looking serious while black: Reactions reflect some troubling attitudes
I'm not angry.

But that's the perception some readers have of me based solely on the photo that accompanies my column. I know this because since my column debuted in this space exactly two years ago today, I've received a steady stream of emails and handwritten notes imploring me to smile.
identity  journalism  newspapers  sanfrancisco  black  photography 
august 2018 by allaboutgeorge
How a ‘reverse Great Migration’ is reshaping U.S. cities - Curbed
“The response to this overall population loss has been pretty lukewarm,” Loury says. “I don’t think it’s been widely acknowledged by many, at least in the halls of power. They’re indifferent, and I find that troubling.”
cities  chicago  usa  migration  population  black  census  census2020  identity  midwest  SouthernShift 
august 2018 by allaboutgeorge
How to Draw a Black Guy
"The first tip is really easy, but people always struggle with it. Listen close. Avoid drawing these three types of characters (even if you're clever)."
art  comics  creativity  black  african  africa  howto 
march 2018 by allaboutgeorge
Maria Balshaw, the first woman at the top of the Tate: 'We need to speak to the whole of society' | Art and design | The Guardian
“I would like them to feel that they’d seen the most adventurous art, been part of a conversation about what that art is and to feel comfortable, which seems like an easy word, but it really isn’t. We absolutely need to be speaking to the whole of our society.”
art  museums  uk  black  feminism  curation  community  london 
july 2017 by allaboutgeorge
I Am Not a Fish Dating a Bird | G’Ra Asim
Ascribing some kind of nobility to the choice not to date a black woman if you’re a black person or not to date an Asian man if you’re an Asian person is more likely to play into existing stigmas than ameliorate them.
race  dating  relationships  marriage  power  love  ethnicity  black  religion  asianamerican 
june 2017 by allaboutgeorge
America’s Hidden H.I.V. Epidemic - The New York Times
“Listen, I know I can’t be there night and day for everyone. But at this point now, I feel like I can’t lose another young man to this disease.”
hiv  aids  mississippi  black  disease  health  politics 
june 2017 by allaboutgeorge
Sharp rise in African American opioid overdoses has Cleveland officials worried - The Washington Post
“I think it’s very reasonable for drug dealers to say, ‘We have this untapped market that is something we could reach out into with fentanyl as well.’ ”
drugs  black  ohio  death  cleveland 
june 2017 by allaboutgeorge
Building Diversity: The People That Analytics Often Leaves Behind - Knowledge@Wharton
“So it’s almost like they’re saying to me, ‘Hmm, if there were more of you, we could tell you why there are so few of you.’ Now who sounds crazy, right?”
diversity  business  corporations  black  asianamerican  latinx 
june 2017 by allaboutgeorge
Log In - The New York Times
AND - Barry Jenkins of makes global list of 20 directors to watch"
Oakland  indie  Black  film  from twitter_favs
september 2013 by allaboutgeorge
Black Freaks, Black Fags, Black Dykes: Re-imagining Rebecca Walker’s “Black Cool” | The Feminist Wire
Given this, it seems to me that any notion of black cool that is only imagined as being exercised or embodied by black masculine men and/or some masculine women is, well, played out. Black cool is multi-textured, unrestrictive, and forever changing. We, black folk are diverse in our embodiments, sexual identities, and gender expressions; therefore, our imaginations of black cool, if they are to be unrestrictive, should be vast enough to consider feminine women, feminine men, gender variant/trans men and women, and differently-abled individuals.
queer  gay  black  race  power  gender  sex  creativity  beauty  identity  presence 
february 2013 by allaboutgeorge
Tanya Hamilton's 'Night Catches Us' captures a point in time - Los Angeles Times
I've always been interested in politics, poverty and the working class," says the director. "And the price you pay for dedication to a political movement."

Hamilton sets the tone in the opening credits, turning a series of classic Black Power posters into a potent visual statement but "it was important to me to show the variations of class in black life," she says.

As much as anything, Hamilton says she is drawn to the ordinary within black life, rather than the extremes. "There's a distinct lack of content specific to what it is to be a black American, the variations in that experience, what life is like for people who are ordinary. Those are the stories I want to tell."
film  cinema  black  race  1970s  philadelphia  writing  activism  class  african  politics  poverty  art 
november 2010 by allaboutgeorge
How black people use Twitter. - By Farhad Manjoo - Slate Magazine
"It's my impression that these hashtags start in dense communities—people who are highly connected to each other," Meeder says. "If you have 50 of these people talking about it, think about the number of outsiders who follow at least one of those 50—it's pretty high at that point. So you can actually get a pretty big network effect by having high density."
twitter  social  black  race  community  identity  socialnetworking  authority  reputation 
august 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Ogilvy Hosts 'Blacks In Tech Panel' At SXSW
Ogilvy & Mather North America will host and moderate a panel and discuss the impact a multicultural and multi-ethnic society has had on technology and the digital space on March 12th at the acclaimed South by Southwest Interactive Conference (SXSW). [Networking will follow ...] Featured panelists include musician and new media pioneer Ryan Leslie (, Kety Esquivel (, CEO for Latinos in Social Media; James Andrews (, founder of digital strategic consulting firm Everywhere; and Nichelle Stephens (, blogger and social media expert. This year's panel follows last year's successful Blacks in Tech launch at SXSW that attracted over 100 participants and provided a forum to engage the black technology community in the festival itself. With this event, the group is expanding its reach to include the Asian and Hispanic communities to provide a multicultural exchange. [...]"
sxsw  sxsw2010  sxswinteractive  black  race  ethnicity  technology  austin  texas 
march 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Afromusicology by Kyraocity
"Blogging my thoughts about ethnomusicology and the African diaspora. I'm Kyra D. Gaunt, an Associate Professor of Cultural Anthropology & Ethnomusicology in NYC."
music  black  race  afrofuturism  aesthetics  identity 
may 2009 by allaboutgeorge
John Hope Franklin, Scholar and Witness -
“My mother and I used to have a game we’d play on our public,” Dr. Franklin said not long ago, his voice full of artful pauses, words pulled out like taffy. “She would say if anyone asks you what you want to be when you grow up, tell them you want to be the first Negro president of the United States. And just the words were so far-fetched, so incredible that we used to really have fun, just saying it.”
president  obama  history  black  obituaries  academia 
march 2009 by allaboutgeorge
National Gallery of Art Reopens American Galleries After Two-Year Renovation -
While the galleries were closed, the old steam-radiator heating system was replaced, as were some 100 miles of wiring. The air-conditioning system was overhauled. The fire-suppression systems were improved. This work is part of a complex $22.8 million renovation of the building.

You're not supposed to notice. What you are supposed to notice is that you're on the Mall, in the presence of national monuments. Here liveliness and modishness have been, it's true, suppressed. This isn't accidental. In such a situation staidness has its place.
washington  art  museums  black 
march 2009 by allaboutgeorge
African immigrants help shape Portland's small black community - Breaking News From Oregon & Portland -
"African American is birth and tradition, but it's also who people say you are," she says. "It's not enough to be African, because that's just who you are by yourself. If you are African American, then you are part of a community."
race  portland  black  oregon  africa  food  immigration  identity  community 
january 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Sometimes it hits you... - Ta-Nehisi Coates
"And then something like this happens, and after years of feeling ashamed you look up and you see what you represent on your best days, what you hope your fam represents--vision, courage, competition, confidence--is represented at the highest levels of this country. You wake up and realize that your best face, is the face of the country, is the face of the world."
obama  elections  campaigns  politics  identity  black  aesthetics  usa 
november 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Randall Kennedy's "A Note On The Word 'Nigger'" - NPS Ethnography: African American Heritage & Ethnography
"To paper over that term or to constantly obscure it by euphemism is to flinch from coming to grips with racial prejudice that continues to haunt the American social landscape."
language  black  usa  history  culture  thinking  race  racism 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge
village voice > nyclife > The Queer Issue: Buck Angel, A Man With a Pussy: LGB Without the T by Michael Lavers
"We're more sensitive to it, because the amount of gender policing we do among each other—casually and socially—is striking: Are you man enough, women enough, the right kind of woman?"
gay  identity  nyc  black  aesthetics  beauty  men  women  gender 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Pastor is the only black member of white, affluent church --
"He wears being an African-American man as sort of a mantle, in the sense that it frames the conversation and the understanding of what our country is, but it doesn't dictate the only perspective."
religion  spirituality  california  christianity  black 
may 2008 by allaboutgeorge
The Enquirer - Wright's teachings are part of African-American opposition to empire
"Black religious language is inherently evocative, hyperbolic and impassioned - aimed more toward devotion than debate. It is intended to convey divine ecstasy and anger to parishioners, not dialogue among pundits."
religion  spirituality  christianity  black  race  usa  identity  politics  power 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
The Race Card - Richard Thompson Ford - Book Review - New York Times
"We should begin by looking at racial injustice as a social problem to be solved collectively rather than as a series of discrete wrongs perpetrated by bad people."
books  politics  race  reviews  nonfiction  criticism  black  white  asian  latino  justice  social  ethics 
february 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Global Grind: Missing The Mark - Liz Burr
"Where is the innovation? Aside from the startup mindset of innovation and creativity, what about hip-hop's element of innovation, being different, doing your own thing?"
social  socialnetworking  online  black  technology  hiphop 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
..::Black PR Wire, Inc. - Car designs cater to the public
"Honda was listed as the sixth car maker out of the 10 most purchased brands for African Americans in 2005 yet experts believe that Honda can climb higher up the ranks if focused more of the black consumers’ expectations and self-perception."
marketing  cars  japan  black  race  identity 
december 2007 by allaboutgeorge
With Regrets, New Orleans Is Left Behind - New York Times
“It’s not New Orleans to me. And I find myself asking, Where are all the people? I see all the empty houses, and I knew once there was people in all those houses. Where are the people, you know? Where are the people? [...]"
neworleans  louisiana  identity  usa  hurricane  katrina  social  public  memory  black  poverty 
december 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Tony Gleaton aims lens at black Mexicans - Los Angeles Times
"A lot of what we believe now is based on the myth of the past. And there are a lot of interesting things that most people don't know."
race  mexico  photography  art  travel  interviews  ethnicity  beauty  aesthetics  latino  black  immigration 
october 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Big Books Feature by Petula Caesar: The Good Parts | 9/27/2006
"These books were supposed to stimulate my mind--and nothing else. The fact that the sex resonated with me as it did meant I was just getting off on the good parts, and these books were more than that, were better than that."
sex  writing  identity  women  black  books 
september 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NMAAHC - Get Involved
"We invite you to use this space to contribute memories of people, places and things that have been important to you."
memory  history  black  community  identity  online 
september 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Why T-Pain is the perfect Web 2.0 pop star. - By Jody Rosen - Slate Magazine
"[T]he impassioned melismas that have powered black popular singing for decades are smoothed into synthetic gasps. In T-Pain's music, the last traces of Sunday morning's church service have been deleted from Saturday night's club anthem."
songwriting  black  technology  aesthetics  music  pop  hiphop 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
THE KEEPERS OF BLACK CULTURE: For two African-American bookstore owners, their specialty shops are more than just a business. They are an expression of pride, history and identity.
"My overhead is $1,500 a month whether I sell a book or not, whether I open for business or not. I would like to carry everything germane, but everything germane isn't asked for and doesn't necessarily sell."
books  business  florida  black  culture  identity  marketing 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Who's black enough? - Los Angeles Times
"How and when did we come to the point where black people in America are defined by the lowest common denominator? When did the bottom rung of the ladder become the expected norm, and those who strive for things greater become racial anomalies?"
obama  identity  aesthetics  usa  black  race  theater 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge Author takes on hip-hop culture from the inside
"I was very clear about what the purpose of my vocation was. It wasn't to try to satisfy intellectuals who would remain quarantined to the ghettos of the academy."
academia  black  race  hiphop  books  washington  research 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
TV's 'Hot Ghetto Mess': Too Hot to Handle? - Newsweek Entertainment -
"African-Americans need to feel confident that white America is aware that there are black haves as well as black have-nots. Then the challenge will be to pull the poor and uneducated out of the shadowy margins."
race  black  television  media  identity  aesthetics  class  books  poverty  cable 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
HuffPo: Baratunde Thurston: How My Barber Made Me Feel Like a Republican
Good gugga-mugga. He makes a brother glad I still have my 'fro -- for now.
hair  black  boston  writing  nonfiction 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
BoldasLIVE #1 w/Nona Hendryx, afternoon of 7/22/07, Brooklyn Lyceum, tickets $8 w/under 13 free
"I call it a platform because I envision the output of BoldasLIVE taking many forms: innovative discussion forums, panels and, yes, even full-on shows."
blipster  black  rock  livemusic  nyc  interviews  public  brooklyn 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Detroit Free Press: Cheadle gets the word out about DJ
"I think it has a lot to say not just to the black community, but to the white community as well. I hate it when any movie gets labeled a 'black' movie or an 'urban' movie because that's a barrier ... Movies are in color, but they shouldn't have a color."
cinema  film  marketing  race  black  urban  community 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NewTeeVee Bill Cammack on Editing for Web Video «
"So how he does he treat working for broadcast and the web differently, if at all?"
editing  internet  interview  quotes  video  vlog  black  music 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Computer Crow's Nest: David Anthony Durham's "Acacia"
"My problem with being obligated to address the black experience is that my identity as an African American is only part of who I am."
race  sciencefiction  fantasy  writing  creativity  fiction  black  usa 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Black isn't enough - Los Angeles Times
"The problem isn't that black people are voting for black candidates, it's that they don't hold their representatives accountable."
losangeles  politics  race  black  latino  government  voting  california 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Outrage comes too easy for the Democrats - The Boston Globe
"All the candidates said poverty, healthcare, and education were connected. What they did not say is how they would make this connection with white, middle-class, and suburban voters."
politics  black  democrats  debates  washington  race  aids  hiv  poverty  health  education 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
AScribe: Whites Underestimate Cost of Being Black, Study Finds
"Our data suggest that such resistance is not because white Americans are mean and uncaring, morally bankrupt, or ethically flawed. White Americans suffer from a glaring ignorance about what it means to live as a black American."
black  culture  money  race  white  research  sociology  society  racism 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Writers Like Me - Books - Review - New York Times
“People who came half a generation before us [...] were beholden to a lot of their parents’ expectations, namely, that if you go to a prestigious school, you’re going to become a doctor or a lawyer, you’re not going to 'waste your time' writing."
writing  fiction  nonfiction  black  books  novels  art  identity  marketing  creativity  ethnicity 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
SFGate: Black theater company's home in S.F. threatened
"We had a 40 percent uptick in sales. People are enthusiastic about coming here. We were looking forward to a banner year, building on that momentum. It's all at risk at this point."
sanfrancisco  black  theater  art  community 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
The southern urban negro as a consumer: a machine-readable transcription.
Ooooweeee. Tiffany B. Brown shouldn't've sent it to me but she did, oh, she did, yes, she did.
memory  history  black  marketing  government  demography 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge Quincy Jones Hits Branding High Note
"My initiatives in lifestyle branding and digital media will be the next chapter along with my continuing priority of helping children of all cultures."
marketing  black  communication  media  children 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NPR: So You Want to Blog
"Sites like, maintained by blogger and writer George Kelly lists hundreds of African American blogs, each one of them in turn linking to other sites you might enjoy." Heh.
blogging  weblogs  black  race  radio 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NPR : Of Blacks and Bloggers
"Mario Armstrong, News and Notes regular tech contributor, and Gary Dauphin, News and Notes Web producer, travel with Farai Chideya into the black blogosphere to respond to questions posted to the show's blog."
blogging  black  blog  race  radio 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Anti-immigrant in Black Face - NAM
"[S]omewhere along the line he fell prey to the emotional and hallucinatory appeal of attacking immigrants as a means of saving the Black worker. Not only is this morally bankrupt, but it is also politically bankrupt."
immigration  identity  black  latino  work  jobs  politics  marketing 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
village voice > news > Black Publishers Make a Play for the Maxim man by Ben Westhoff
"I had to bridge the gap between the face and the energy of a supermodel, and the curves of an urban model. We wanted to get the type of models that fit that kind of 'street' element."
men  women  aesthetics  identity  sex  magazines  media  beauty  newjersey  black  prisons  marketing  urban 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
"Although this page is called BLACK PEOPLE WHO LOVE JAMES TAYLOR, it's a page for ALL people who love his music. It is a collaborative site of three black people who know that Good Music is Good Music...PERIOD."
music  songwriting  black  race  pop 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
MediaPost Publications - GM Truck Ads Aim At Urban African-American Market - 05/25/2007
"We felt that free running is about doing things your own way, taking your own path. We felt our consumer was tired of being force-fed truck ads with mud and dirt. Our customer moves through an urban environment."
marketing  black  race  cars  urban  cities  demography 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
At Thirty-three (34): Thickness
"When I look in the mirror, I see a big, handsome, man -- yes with a gut and love handles, a fat chest, stretch marks, and another chin on the way, but It's me. It's all mine, and I'm gonna have it until the day I die, then someone else can lug it around.
beauty  men  presence  health  psychology  black  identity  dating  love  sex  relationships 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Black Family Channel: Big Loss - Tom Umstead - Blog on Multichannel News
"Nearly one-quarter of all cable revenue comes from African-American homes, according to BET, and yet less than 1% of the industry’s video channels target that audience."
black  ethnicity  race  television  corporations  marketing  media  identity 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Some younger U.S. Muslims say suicide bombings could be justified - Los Angeles Times
"[N]ative-born African American Muslims, who make up about 20% of the Muslim community [...] are the most disillusioned [...] tending to be more skeptical of the view that hard work pays off and less satisfied with the way things are going [...]"
islam  black  race  usa  polls  religion  losangeles 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: How an Invisible Man Was Seduced By His Visibility
"As a novelist, he had lost his way. And he had done so in proportion to his distancing of himself from his fellow blacks."
writing  fiction  black  race  social  books  novels  identity  aesthetics  reviews 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
The Glittering A-List of Black History - New York Times
"These portraits are close to snapshots; their subjects look like regular people, Americans who happen to be black, in the middle of their accomplished lives."
photography  black  history  usa  nyc 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Study of N.B.A. Sees Racial Bias in Calling Fouls - New York Times
“Basically, it suggests that if you spray-painted one of your starters white, you’d win a few more games. [,,,] There’s bias on the basketball court, but less than when you’re trying to hail a cab at midnight.”
basketball  sports  race  black  white  games  ethics  justice 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Moving Stills Of the Harlem Renaissance -
"I don't think he believed he thought he was influencing the Renaissance. But in retrospect, without his photographs, we wouldn't know what it was like."
black  aesthetics  identity  nyc  photography  history  beauty  social  art  maryland 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
JS Online: Authors find Clarence Thomas puzzling
"We're the first to filter his life through a racial prism. [...] I think the myth was that race wasn't important to him, but we found it was. [...] He's very conscious of his own black skin. He talks about it a lot."
race  justice  georgia  supremecourt  black  nonfiction  interviews 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: Where Are All the Black Swans?
“It seems like what matters is if you have a director or a choreographer who has the guts to do it. But why should it take guts? It’s art, it’s ballet, it’s dance and it’s for everyone.”
dance  dancing  black  nyc  beauty  identity  art 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin (
"Using a wide variety of contemporary musical styles, the show follows the life of Viveca Stanton, a well-adjusted child in 1963 Los Angeles."
theater  black  losangeles  music  fiction 
april 2007 by allaboutgeorge The Competitive Advantage to Being Black
"I would encourage us not to worry about why you're hired, because the only reason you'll be allowed to stay is if you're doing a good job. So, whatever gets you a leg in the door is worth it."
magazines  marketing  black  jobs  work  career  counseling  ethnicity 
april 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Harjo: Why the Imus story still matters : ICT [2007/04/27]
"[T]he Pew Research Center reported that 62 percent of white Americans think it's been covered too much. [...] 44 percent of African-American respondents said the amount of coverage was right and 18 percent said there was too little coverage."
race  media  ethnicity  sports  college  newjersey  hiphop  indian  black 
april 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Books by Felicia Pride: Her Story | 4/25/2007
"Most history is white history. Most black history is black males' history."
books  baltimore  maryland  black  publishing  women  diy 
april 2007 by allaboutgeorge
The Exponent: Study finds many immigrants among black college students
"(I) am somewhat offended when people see me as merely filling a quota. I came from a country where I am in the majority, so it is still hard for me to wrap my mind around the many differences people seem to focus on in this country."
immigration  education  black  college  africa  usa  identity 
april 2007 by allaboutgeorge
The Tartan Online : Student gets fellowship to research black culture
“Most people don’t think of the District of Columbia as a southern city, but blacks from places like Maryland and Virginia moved there, and I think it’s interesting because this was where all the policymakers were, but there were no new jobs [...]"
washington  maryland  virgina  black  race  history  research  academia 
march 2007 by allaboutgeorge
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