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July 29, 2012
Racialicious owner and editor Latoya Peterson discusses the lucrative natural-hair-care industry and how wrong a New York magazine article is in describing Silicon Valley's investment in one hair-care website as "dumb."
Jay-Z's concert and talks featuring African Americans in tech were highlights at this year's fest.
The New Math: Affirmative action is blamed for a national crisis in scientific careers.
Some men still think women who are sexually assaulted are being let off the hook for reckless behavior, says Racialicious editor Latoya Peterson. She cites as an example a blog entry by Damon Young at Very Smart Brothas.
Discussing the cultural impact of the viral "Sh-- Girls Say" videos, Racialicious editor Latoya Peterson says that the most popular ones play on stereotypes -- which we're more comfortable laughing at than confronting.
The Dutch still portray Zwarte Piet -- Santa's helper -- in blackface. Some want them to stop.
The popular cable drama shows racism in its raw form, unlike other television dramas, Latoya Peterson writes in an entry at her Racialicious blog.
Two decades after Anita Hill's testimony, sexual harassment allegations remain an accuser's burden.
Folks have been largely silent on the role of boys and men in the viral pornographic video involving a 14-year-old Baltimore girl, writes Racialicious editor Latoya Peterson.
Major comic book publishers need to create more superheroes for a growing black audience.
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