"For the 2nd time in 5 months, fmr. gov. and sen candidate George Allen asks me, 'what position did you play?' I did not a play a sport. "Craig Melvin is a tall, black man. Oh, and he happens to be an NBC4 reporter."
"Read from within the audience, a letter begins: 'Dear ….'
"Following hesitantly, as the 20-year-old struggles to find the term for someone who should be so close, but is as yet unknown, comes the title ― 'mother.'
"Written, adapted and performed by Amy Mihyang, 'between' explores growing up as a Korean-American adoptee.
“'I wanted to create a play that explored the complex myriad of stories within Korean-American adoption process, particularly from the birthmother and adoptee perspectives,' Miyhang explained."
"That Times piece on Yglesias and his fellow, young pundits did receive plenty of criticism (and even its own parody!). But Yglesias is right: no one criticized the over-representation of Latin American-ancestry among the four subjects. The reporter behind the piece even commented on the 'white maleness' of the story."
I smell the "those backward Southerners" meme at work here.–AJP "The poll also found that voters who thought interracial marriage should be banned liked Barbour, Palin, and Huckabee the most among the slate of potential GOP presidential candidates. Seventy-nine percent of those voters said they approved of Gov. Barbour's job performance, while 74% said they had a favorable opinion of Sarah Palin, and 73% viewed Huckabee favorably."
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