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Jury Deliberations in Black and White

by Chris Wilder

Most people of color in this country will tell you that race plays a part in everything we do, see… Read More

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I am Latino. And Black

by #teamEBONY

Yesterday, an interesting thing happened to me. I was told I am not Black. The kicker for me was when my friend stated that… Read More

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Going insane was a luxury. It’s the going, that’s the treat. Going suggests travel, moving. There was no going. The madness… Read More

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While skimming through my Instagram timeline recently, I came across a photo of actor Michael Ealy with some very colorful captions: “We outta… Read More

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Noted Harvard University scholar, Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. traces the history of Blacks in America, from the plantation to the White House… Read More

White Women, Black Hairstyles

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It almost sounds like the opening line to a joke: A young Black woman takes a bunch of middle-aged White women who she doesn’t… Read More

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Race and the Perception of 'Equality'

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“Well, if one really wishes to know how justice is administered in a country, one does not question the policemen… Read More

Socializing While Black

Socializing and Partying While Black

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A few months ago, in support of a friend’s work project, I found myself performing karaoke for a crowd full of strangers, at… Read More

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Our Culture Is Not Your Trick, Nor Your Treat

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Our Culture Is Not Your Trick, Nor Your Treat

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In 2013, at a time when nearly every aspect of Black life and culture can be bought, repackaged, gentrified and re-sold to the highest… Read More

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The Browning of Miss America: Who Cares?

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This past weekend, Nina Davuluri was crowned the first Miss America of Indian descent. In a nod to her heritage, she did a gorgeous… Read More

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