Baby Boomer Looks at Africa

Baby Boomer Looks at Africa

Baby boomer looks at Africa…when I was in grade school, back in the nineteen fifties, most classrooms – not only in my school but all over the United States and elsewhere – had a map of the world  that was large enough to command one’s attention immediately on entering. Continue reading

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Race, Socioeconomics and Love Online

Race, Socioeconomics and Love Online

Race, socioeconomics and love online…yes! Most of us support interracial relationships… and the number of supporters keeps rising. So why is it that when it comes to online dating, fewer people are choosing mates who are outside their race? Why are online daters hesitant to date interracially despite studies showing growing support and growth in interracial relationships? Continue reading

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Interracial Marriage for All Americans Pew Report

Interracial Marriage for All Americans Pew Report

Interracial Marriage for all Americans Pew Report…the idea of interracial marriage for all Americans is catching on. Marriage across racial and ethnic lines continues to be on the rise in the United States. Continue reading

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Will Interracial Marriage End Racism in America?

Will Interracial Marriage End Racism in America?

Will interracial marriage end racism in America? Some people say no, that the deeper causes of racism are not addressed by such unions, and that only a willingness on the part of an historically racist Caucasian majority to examine its own history with ruthless honesty will put an end to both  and discrimination. Continue reading

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Village Creek Said No To Racism

Village Creek Said No To Racism

Village Creek said no to racism…restrictive covenants were a fact of life through the nineteen sixties – and later – in the United States of America. Discrimination against minority groups was the norm, and if you were the wrong color, ethnicity, or religion many neighborhoods were unavailable to you. Continue reading

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Subtle and Hidden Racism

Subtle and Hidden Racism

Covert racism exists everywhere in the United States and in other parts of the world, but is often denied by the people experiencing it and the people responsible for it. Why do racists hide behind insidious words and actions and why don’t the victims of subtle and hidden racism step forward with accusations and confrontations?

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Can the Black Income Gap Be Reversed in the United States?

Can the Black Income Gap Be Reversed in the United States?

Can the Black Income Gap Be Reversed in the United States? It is almost a socioeconomic axiom in America that black people are poorer than other Americans. Since racism took hold on an official basis in 17th century colonial America, Black people have been institutionally as well as personally blocked from attaining material security. Continue reading

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Transcending the Racial Divide in America

Transcending the Racial Divide in AmericaTranscending the Racial Divide in America…attention to race is not an American invention, but it is an American obsession. Continue reading

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Can a Pro-Obama T-Shirt Get You Killed?

Can a Pro-Obama T-Shirt get you killed

Can a Pro-Obama T-Shirt get you killed? A woman was set on fire this weekend, allegedly for wearing a pro-Obama t-shirt. Sharmeka Moffitt is now in critical condition after the incident which has sent shock waves through the Winnsboro, LA community. Continue reading

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