Hollywood has often been accused of being racist, but is it really? From Birth of a Nation to Red Tails, racism has been addressed many times, but are there enough prominent roles for people of color? And, does it...
The Representation of East Asians in the Media: Yellow Peril, Stereotypes, Ads, and Hope for the Future
The following article is meant to illustrate the ways in which East Asians are misrepresented in the media. Their misrepresentation results in various stereotypes that can be damaging to peoples of East Asian races, but...
The Meaning of Dred Scott Decision – An Imaginary Q. & A. with Frederick Douglass (Frederick Douglas visits a high school history classroom and fields questions from students.) By Michael M. Nakade Teacher:...
He went to the store to get some refreshments for himself and his brother No crime in that. But George Zimmerman thought otherwise. He had a very different view of the subject
Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy continues right up to this day, over 50 years after his untimely death. Here are some facts about the great man.
Sociological research demonstrates that when whites are exposed to the Confederate flag, it causes them to react more negatively toward blacks.
The incessant desire to point at collective fault blinds us from seeing the solution that lies in individual responsibility
The fact that African Americans are called African at all is an indication of the limited explanation of this group's history. The nationalities of Black American ancestors are a mystery for the great majority of the...
Two Figures from the Gilded Age: Andrew Carnegie & Booker T. Washington By Michael M. Nakade (Guest lecturing by two figures of the Gilded Age. Their speech to a high school history classroom is...
The title of this hub may sound a little strange to you, especially if you're white! To you it's crazy! You've always been white! Hmmm...Maybe Not!
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