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Filed Under:Society & Culture / Ethnicity & Race
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Archived Since:February 11, 2009

Blog Post Archive

Summer TV Recap: Reflections on HBO’s Ballers

by Kendra James HBO’s Ballers is one of the most confusing yet simplistic shows to debut this summer. It doesn’t require more than 30 minutes of your attention a week, and if asked what it’s about you need only three words to explain: Entourage with football. Show More Summary

Straight Outta Compton, Black Women, and Black Lives Matter

By Guest Contributor Marquis Bey A friend of mine asked, two days before the theatre premier of Straight Outta Compton, what impact I thought the N.W.A. biopic would have on the Black Lives Matter movement. My answer, since I had not...Show More Summary

Photo Gallery: Back in time on Governor’s Island

There are two weekends each summer in New York City when you might find yourself riding the downtown subway next to a flapper and her bootlegger dressed partner. They’re not elaborately costumed film extras, and you haven’t found yourself stuck in an episode of Doctor Who. Show More Summary

In His Own Words: Julian Bond (1940-2015)

By Arturo R. García The American social justice movement mourned the loss of pioneer and lawmaker Julian Bond on Saturday, after he passed away at the age of 75. The Nashville native was at the center of two of the Civil Rights Movement’s...Show More Summary

We already know: white liberal racism denies Black personhood

By Guest Contributor Danielle Fuentes Morgan Trauma often feels inevitable for bodies of color. It is the leitmotif of life in the United States. And regardless of the safeguards we may have, either intentionally-structured or as benefit of birth, the impact is real. Show More Summary

Racism Made Me Who I Am Today

By Guest Contributor Ellen Oh When I was a little girl, I was already very aware of what racism was. It felt like the cigarette burn to my flesh by the high school girl who called me a dirty chink. I was eight years old. Racism has been...Show More Summary

The Netroots Nation Files: Daring To Internet While Female 2.0

By Arturo R. García [View the story “NN15: Daring To Internet While Female 2.0? on Storify] The post The Netroots Nation Files: Daring To Internet While Female 2.0 appeared first on Racialicious - the intersection of race and pop culture.

The Netroots Nation Files: Feminist Future

By Arturo R. García [View the story “NN15: Feminist Future” on Storify] The post The Netroots Nation Files: Feminist Future appeared first on Racialicious - the intersection of race and pop culture.

The Netroots Nation Files: An Interview With Jose Antonio Vargas

By Arturo R. García Not long after the #BlackLivesMatter protest during Saturday’s town hall event at the Netroots Nation conference, I interviewed journalist and immigration activist Jose Antonio Vargas, who moderated the event, and...Show More Summary

The Netroots Nation Files: #BlackLivesMatter Makes Its Presence Felt

By Arturo R. García The Netroots Nation progressive conference in Phoenix was marked this past Saturday by a powerful show of solidarity from #BlackLivesMatter activists, who effectively forced both the attendees and Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Show More Summary

Our histories, Our Selves: Poshida‘s Powerful Portrayal of LGBT Pakistanis

By Guest Contributor Sabah Choudrey To be honest with you, I was already a little won over. Before watching Poshida, a documentary on LGBT Pakistan I was already moved. As an LGBT Pakistani myself, I felt a connection with this film already, directed by an LGBT Pakistani person. Show More Summary

Who Gets To Decide? Multiracial Families and the Question of Identity

By Guest Contributor Kristen Green After talking with a group of writers about my new book—part memoir, part history—I was approached by a white woman who questioned my use of the term multiracial to refer to my husband. “Is he Black?” she asked. Show More Summary

The SDCC Files: Milestone 2.0 [Updated]

By Arturo R. García [View the story “The SDCC Files: Milestone 2.0 ” on Storify] The post The SDCC Files: Milestone 2.0 [Updated] appeared first on Racialicious - the intersection of race and pop culture.

The SDCC Files: Rep. John Lewis and March: Book 2 [Updated]

By Arturo R. García [View the story “The SDCC Files: Rep. John Lewis and ‘March: Book 2?” on Storify] The post The SDCC Files: Rep. John Lewis and March: Book 2 [Updated] appeared first on Racialicious - the intersection of race and pop culture.

The SDCC Files: Spotlight on Lalo Alcaraz

By Arturo R. García [View the story “SDCC Spotlight: Lalo Alcaraz” on Storify] The post The SDCC Files: Spotlight on Lalo Alcaraz appeared first on Racialicious - the intersection of race and pop culture.

The SDCC Files: Writing Transgender Characters

By Arturo R. García [View the story “The SDCC Files: Writing Transgender Characters” on Storify] The post The SDCC Files: Writing Transgender Characters appeared first on Racialicious - the intersection of race and pop culture.

The SDCC Files: Women of Color in Comics

By Arturo R. García [View the story “The SDCC Files: Women of Color in Comics” on Storify] The post The SDCC Files: Women of Color in Comics appeared first on Racialicious - the intersection of race and pop culture.

The Racialicious Preview For San Diego Comic-Con 2015: Saturday + Sunday

By Arturo R. García Now that we’ve combed through the first half of the con, here’s the home stretch! As Kendra said, you can follow each of us not only on Twitter — at @aboynamedart, @wriglied, and @racialicious — but on Instagram: @racialicious. Show More Summary

The Racialicious Preview For San Diego Comic-Con 2015: Thursday + Friday

Well, it’s that time of year again. As this posts Arturo and I will be gearing up for the five day sprint of geek culture (and alcoholic beverages) that is San Diego Comic Con.  Like our past two years of tag teaming the giant convention...Show More Summary

The SDCC Files: A Quick Primer On Some Creators Of Color To Follow

By Arturo R. García As ever, we keep an eye out for creators of color during San Diego Comic-Con, but for the second straight year, we’re getting the ball rolling a little early with some folks to watch going into the event, covering...Show More Summary

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