by Carmen Van Kerckhove
A brand-new episode (No. 71) of Addicted to Race is out! Addicted to Race is New Demographic’s weekly podcast about America’s obsession with race.
Carmen and Dumi discuss the “no homo” phenomenon, as well as BET’s recent episode of “Meet the Faith,” which focused on the state of black marriage.
Guest co-host L’Heureux Lewis, who is also known as Dumi, just completed his PhD in Sociology and Public Policy at the University of Michigan. A native of West Haven, CT he received a Bachelor’s from Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA. In the fall, he will begin as an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Black Studies at the City College of New York. His research interests are wide ranging and he has studied racial identity, multiraciality in the color blind era, mental health functioning, racial discrimination, and educational inequality. Dumi also blogs at BlackatMichigan.com.
Articles and web sites mentioned in this episode:
- no homo… black male intimacy
- Know Your Place, Woman: BET’s Meet the Faith on Black Marriage
- The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, 1750-1925 by by Herbert G. Gutman
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