Tag: Understanding Race After Charlottesville

Contested Narratives: Charlottesville and the Caribbean in Perspective

aaaguestcontributor , October 5th, 2017


By Kimberley McKinson, Post-Doctoral Research and Teaching Associate, University of Georgia As I witnessed the horrific images of white supremacy and raw hate coming out of Charlottesville, Virginia…


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“Are We So Different?”

aaaguestcontributor , September 18th, 2017


An excerpt from a longer piece by AAA member Irma McClaurin When the end comes our minute genetic differences will be obliterated. We will be reduced to bones,…


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Resources for Understanding Race After Charlottesville

Carole McGranahan , September 18th, 2017


In this time of fake news and alternative facts coming from the White House as well as some media, what can we as scholars contribute to challenge this?…


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After 10 years the AAA Race Project is Still Needed Now More Than Ever

aaaguestcontributor , September 18th, 2017


By Yolanda T. Moses, University of California Riverside I recently returned from North Carolina Museum of Natural History where the “Race Are We So Different Exhibit” will be…


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Charlottesville: Trump, Race and the Logical Utopia/Illogical Dystopia Binary

aaaguestcontributor , September 18th, 2017


By K. Nyerere Ture, PhD, Yale University In January 2016, during the Republican primary season, Donald J. Trump, an emergent candidate, characterized his loyal supporters as the smartest Americans…


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Resources for Understanding Race After Charlottesville

Carole McGranahan , September 18th, 2017


In this time of fake news and alternative facts coming from the White House as well as some media, what can we as scholars contribute to challenge this?…


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A Letter from Colombia in the Aftermath of Charlottesville

aaaguestcontributor , September 15th, 2017


By Angela J. Lederach and Jeffrey S. Yoder As we near the end of our stay in Montes de María, we wanted to send a final reflection. Over…


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The Years That Ask Questions: Epistemologies of Liberation and the Post-Charlottesville Imperative

aaaguestcontributor , September 14th, 2017


By Donna Auston Rutgers University White supremacy is deadly. A black sign emblazoned with four bleak words in white block script perched atop a protestor’s shoulder played a…


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