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Answering questions about race and Asian Americans – Pt. I

written by Love Isn’t Enough guest contributor Jennifer; originally posted at Mixed Race America [Editor’s note: Over on Mixed Race America, Jennifer is tackling questions from students about Asian Americans and the politics of racialization. The queries were the result … Continue reading

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Why the phrase “half-blood” needs serious interrogation

written by Love Isn’t Enough contributor Jennifer; originally published at Mixed Race America This morning I woke up and did my daily routine: I went for a walk (1-2 miles — good for keeping me healthy esp. with the chemo … Continue reading

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Teaching not preaching

[This month at ARP, we are featuring a series of posts on race and education/school.] written by Anti-Racist Parent contributor Jennifer; originally posted at Mixed Race America It’s that time of year — you can see it in the panic … Continue reading

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Ebony and Ivory = Perfect Harmony in the Dorm Room?

[Editor's note: When I read the recent NYT article on interracial college roomates, I knew it was an issue that Anti-Racist Parent should tackle. Like many who have commented on the piece, I found it facile, simplistic. As someone who … Continue reading

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