by Helena Andrews onJune 6, 2013
We're not postracial, but after the first lady's heckling response, we might be post-"angry black woman."
by Theodore Johnson onMay 10, 2013
Writing at the Huffington Post, Theodore Johnson says that "move on" is the most ridiculous of propositions when it comes to concerns about African-American stereotypes.
by David J. Leonard onAugust 18, 2012
The Huffington Post's David J. Leonard offers "the denial crowd" insights on racial inequalities in the realms of wealth and employment.
by Farai Chideya onApril 9, 2012
Our world may not be postracial, but five guidelines will help us confront our hang-ups with honesty.
by Reniqua Allen onMarch 28, 2012
In a piece for the Washington Post, Reniqua Allen says she thought that having a black president would do more to inspire productive conversations about race in America.
by Randall Kennedy onSeptember 20, 2011
The race line will ensnare the president no matter how he proceeds, Harvard law professor Randall Kennedy writes in an opinion piece for CNN.
by Marjorie Valbrun onSeptember 14, 2011
Opinion polls show that more whites than blacks believe the U.S. has entered a postracial era, America's Wire staff writer Majorie Valbrun says.
by Ta-Nehisi Coates onAugust 3, 2011
Atlantic magazine blogger Ta-Nehisi Coates explores the adage "Black don't crack."
by Nsenga Burton onDecember 28, 2010
ColorLines offers tips on post-racial parenting from the white parent of an adopted black child.
December 27, 2010
Professors Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Rudolph Byrd say that their research brings a new insight to Cane author Jean Toomer's choice of racial identity.
Twitter goes in on Paula Deen after a report suggests that she's racist.
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