Thanks Kimberly! “Like Mary, many women of color today believe that being their true selves will make it difficult for their colleagues to accept them and will hurt their chances of getting promoted…”
Thanks Phil! “…I have dated only Chinese men, and each of my four relationships drew the same stares. I’m commonly branded a “rice chaser” and accused of having an “Asian fetish,” labels that—even though I’ve learned to laugh them off—pr
“The opening of Japanese über-retailer UNIQLO’s flagship store in New York leads Jeff Yang to think about shopping from an Asian Pop perspective — and to offer some Asian Pop suggestions on choice stocking-stuffers for your lucky loved ones…”
“The reality is that we live in a world that assigns value, meaning, power, and privilege differentially along racial lines. As such, there are certain things that Black people can and should say –in response to such inequality– that are nonetheless o
” After seeing the success of social networking sites like MySpace, hip-hop hustler Damon Dash is backing his own site which will specifically cater to the urban market.”
“A divided federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that a private school in Hawaii can favor Hawaiian natives for admission as a means of helping a downtrodden indigenous population…”
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