Last year, I was a bit stuck. In many ways, in a few things. Essentially, I didn’t know what to do next. But not knowing what to do doesn’t mean I can keep hesitating. 254 more words
Tags » Race & Ethnicity
This morning, I came across a newly published article in the New York Times on the history of lynching in the U.S. south. Curiously, I noted that the author racialized the lynching victims – they were repeatedly referred to as black – but the race of those who did the lynching was left unmarked. 1,018 more words
Chen, A.S. 1999. "Lives at the Center of the Periphery, Lives at the Periphery of the Center: Chinese American Masculinities and Bargaining with Hegemony."
Chen, Anthony S. 1999. “Lives at the Center of the Periphery, Lives at the Periphery of the Center: Chinese American Masculinities and Bargaining with Hegemony.” … 406 more words
Alcade, M. Christina. 2011. “Masculinities in Motion: Latino Men and Violence in Kentucky.” Men and Masculinities 14(4): 450-469.
How men construct masculinity through interrelation of migration, women’s behaviors, and peer pressure. 265 more words
Collins, Patricia Hill. “Booty Call: Sex, Violence, and Images of Black Masculinity.”
Booty calls as usually typified of black masculinity; however, women can also create and commit booty calls. 175 more words
The internet is currently buzzing with debate over British actor Benedict Cumberbatch’s referral of his black colleagues as “coloured” when speaking to Tavis Smiley on PBS. 828 more words