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OK, Liberal White People, It’s Time
Anne Phyfe Palmer
Yoga practitioner and teacher, yoga studio founder, memoirist
The feelings that many of you woke up with on Wednesday are not new for millions of people in our country.
How I Learned to Be Proud of Having Mexican Immigrant Parents
Alvaro Huerta, Ph.D.
Urban Planning Scholar, Author and Public Intellectual
While I will never forgive myself for not giving my parents credit for motivating me to pursue higher education, growing up in a society where brown people are scapegoats for America's failures, it makes sense that I would feel embarrassed about my Mexican roots and working-class background.
Obama's Send-Off at Last White House Correspondents' Dinner Ends with the N-Word
Nationally renowned African-American lesbian activist, scholar...
The last thing Obama's final roasting didn't need to end on is associating him with the n-word - even as an act of thanks and brotherly love.
Yoga Hate: 6 Ways to End Exclusion and Up Oneness
Susanna wants everyone to live yoga, ignite, and be well. She'...
Yoga and breath helped me undo the binds in my body, spirit and mind. I began to love my uniqueness.
The Anti-Semite Inside You
I suggest that in the same way we talk about internalized sexism and racism and homophobia we must talk about internalized anti-Semitism.
The Image Gap: The Price Many of 'Us' Pay for Growing Up Different
Financial Expert, Journalist, Author
We're kings, queens, merchants. Immerse your child in their history. Only the truth of who they really are can fill the very image gap we strive so hard to prevent in the first place. Set them free.
"I Don't Normally Date Dark-Skin Men": Colorism in the Black Gay Community
Artist, Writer, and Activist
Should I be pleased that I am the exception to your rule, driven undoubtedly by self-loathing?
Does Racism Accelerate Aging?
Biopsychologist; blogger, Psychology Today's 'The Human Beast'
The authors evidently began with the notion that racism makes people old and were determined to extract that conclusion from their results. That requires a certain flair for creative obfuscation.
Affirmative Action for School Discipline?
The outcome of the 2012 presidential election will determine the federal education mandate but the true measure will be whether America can successfully close the racial disparities facing U.S. schools.
Reflections On Self-Hatred And Relationships
Wade Davis II
Executive Director, You Can Play Project; Former NFL player; T...
After my last Huffington Post piece, "Black, Gay, and Suspicious?" I received several humbling requests from people who wanted to read a follow-up elaborating more on the subject of my internalized racism and the way it had potentially shaped my dating choices.
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
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