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Quoted: Afro-Latin And The Negro Common: An Interview With Dr. Marco Polo Hernández-Cuevas

We’ve spoken about the racism inherent in many “beloved,” classic children’s characters before on Love Isn’t Enough. In a recent interview with Lamont Lilly published on Racialicious, Marco Polo Hernández-Cuevas talks about Memín Penguín, a Mexican character akin to Little … Continue reading

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Ask ARP: Is “The Story of Little Babaji” racist?

Dear Anti-Racist Parent, I am stumped and was wondering if I could get your opinions or suggestions – hell, I’d love to see this discussed on the site. My partner loves the book The Story of Little Babaji and I … Continue reading

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