Family Matters, Henry Louis Jr.
Cousins, Across The Line, Tess Taylor.
In the first article we learn about the family lineage of Henry gates that
becomes obsessed with his heritage and past family stories. Gates became
obsessed with learning mo
'Half Asian'? 'Half White'? No 'Hapa', Alex Laughlin.
Afro-California Modernist, Judith Wilson.
I was introduced to a new word in Laughlins article, Hapa, which means
a person of mixed race in Hawaiian pidgin. Laughlin also explained how it mad
Mirta Ojito, Best of Friends, Worlds Apart
Mireya Navarro, For many Latinos, Racial Identity is More Culture than Color.
Ojito exposed the story of two best friends who moved to America from
Cuba. Ruiz was black and Valdes was white and they bo
The Real-Estate Artist, John Colapinto.
Biraciality and Nationhood in Contemporary American Art, Kymberly Pinder.
In the article we were introduced to the works and ideas of the talented
artist Theaster Gates. Gates had a unique and new way o
The Old People Speak of Sound, George E. Lewis.
Tense Scene on Basketball Court 50 Years Ago Recalls Catholic Role in Civil
Rights, Samuel G. Freedman.
Lewis told us the story of a society from a musicians perspective. He
explained how musician
The intersection of Islam, America and Identity, Deborah Sontag.
Has Caucasian Lost Its Meaning, Shaila Dewan
The New York Times article discussed the works of two Muslim artists,
Asma Shikoh from Pakistan, and Iranian-American Negar Ahkami. Bo
Susan Saulny, Race Remixed
Elizabeth Jensen, NPR series
In order to attract more listeners, NPR tried to create a new program that
discussed ethnicity and culture topics. The new program was an attempt at
diversifying the radio and reaching out
The goal of Affirmative Action should not Diversity but righting wrongs,
Affirmative Action has helped white woman more than anyone, Sally Kohn.
In his article, Kennedy expressed his dissatisfaction of the courts rule in
Saulny, S., "Race Re-mixed:In Strangers Glances at Family, Tensions Linger"
Saulny, S., "Race Remixed: Black and White and Married in the Deep South: A
Salunys article portrayed the struggle of Mrs. Greenwood and her