In thousands of years, humans will integrate to the point that race is no longer an attribute to get worked up over. I predict race will still contain historical importance, but will be mostly referred to in an aesthetic manner. 55 more words
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NICEM 20th Anniversary Conference in Conjunction with 15th Human Rights and Racial Equality Conference
The journey to Racial Equality in United Kingdom and Northern Ireland in the last decade – what lessons that we learn?
Join us for our 20th Anniversary Conference in conjunction with our 15th Annual Human Rights and Racial Equality Conference in February 2015.13 more words
In part four of the series A Man and his Music with William Price King we relive the final years of the short life of Nat King Cole. 1,031 more words
Based on a 2009 national survey conducted by the Polimetrix firm, "whites are three and one-half times more likely than blacks to say that the United States has already achieved racial equality (61.3 versus 17.4 percent)" and "African Americans are about three times as likely as whites to declare that the United States will never achieve racial equality (12.9 versus 4.4 percent)."
Source: Lawrence D. Bobo. “Obama and the Burden of Race.” 2009. http://scholar.harvard.edu/files/bobo/files/2009_obama_and_the_burden_of_race_focus.pdf.