NYT When Whites Just Don't Get It, Part 6 The job market is not equal for blacks and whites - not even necessarily due to explicit racism, but by at times unconscious, but biased decision-making among white employers.
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slate_facebook_icon Playing the Racist Card Political figures and racism. Where's the line?
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slate_facebook_icon Between the World and Me A book that is hitting every shelf about being black in America
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HuffPost-social-icon-00-default Why White Parents Won't Choose Black Schools Segregation and racism is still extremely prevalent among parents deciding whether to send their children to the neighborhood school.
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NYT A Conversation with Latinos on Race Listen to personal stories about challenges and adversity from the Latino community in this segment of the NY Times' "Conversation on Race" series.
Contributor: Karlen BaderMarch 25, 2016Topics: Keywords: / / /
NYT Has Your Student Experienced Racism in High School? Read commentaries from parents and students describing their stories of racism and microaggresions in high school.
Contributor: Karlen BaderMarch 7, 2016Topics: Keywords: /
HuffPost-social-icon-00-default I Thought My Ivy League Degrees Would Protect Me From Bigotry. I Was Wrong. Dr. Saadi shares her struggle with racist and stereotypical comments from patients and other healthcare professionals, despite clearly haven proven herself as extraordinarily capable in her work.
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NYT Meet the New Student Activists Seven undergraduate students share their personal stories and perspectives on racism.
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SalonDotCom I hated not being white: The lies I told just to fit in haunt me still Medical student Tom Phan shares his struggle with racism as an Asian-American, beginning with his name change from "Tung" to "Tom" and his childhood desire to "fit-in" to the white culture.
Contributor: Karlen BaderJanuary 27, 2016Topics: Keywords: / /