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Et Tu, Touré? A Critic of White Privilege Is Oblivious to Marital Privilege
Author, 'Singled Out'
So those are my two choices? Either I'm providing for my family or I'm out to boost my ego, my status, and my self-image? Touré, there are around 100 million adults who are not married, and that's just counting the ones in the U.S.
Is Racism Actually Worse in the Age of Obama?
Author and Special Correspondent, TheRoot.com
There are plenty of downsides to racism, but the biggest is perhaps the fear and paranoia it instills in those who have experienced it or seen it up close and personal.
It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Black
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Synthesizing the thoughts of 105 interviewees (Jesse Jackson, Malcolm Gladwell, Chuck D, Cornel West, etc.), Touré takes square aim at the myth that there's one monolithic way to act African-American.
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