Thx HighJive! “If a white church plainly and proudly pronounced its whiteness, Hannity, Carlson and company would be right. But if it was the Holy Trinity Polish Church on Chicago’s North Side, proclaiming its Polishness, who’d care?”
Thx HighJive! “More executives overseeing brands that have gone stale are turning to the 36-year-old consultant and former music executive for help. [Steve] Stoute’s agency, Translation Consultation & Brand Imaging…”
“Nowhere is the lack of cultural competence — and its unfortunate consequences — more apparent than in the widening rift between TUCC and the press. Incomplete reporting, uninformed blogging…provide a distorted picture of a widely-respected church, th
“address the power structure in this country that allows babies of color who are adopted into white families…how immigrant families of color enter this country wanting a better life for themselves and their family…and are unable to get the jobs, acces
Ken Burns’ WWII documentary completely overlooks Latinos. “after so much minimalization and abuse; to purposefully omit their presence on what is sure to be a much-respected historical film—this is utter disrespect.”
Great discussion here. “As gay persons of color, is race an ever present factor in our interpersonal relationships, or is race something we project into the equation as a function of past victimization?”
Hat tip to Ji In. “the surname I was given at birth—the one I’d had for the first eight years of my life and that tied me to my physical appearance, my nanita, my papi, his papá, and all my Mexican lineage—was stamped out. It was neutralized, made Ir
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