Understanding Race with AI

By Bruce D. Haynes & Sebastian Benthall

Racial categories are, by definition, unequal categories. They reflect not universal truths but historical processes that have linked racial status to ...

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Black Speculation, Black Freedom

By Petal Samuel

Many black scholars—especially those who study black life, history, and culture—would recognize an uncomfortable and familiar situation that epitomizes ...

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Black Women Leaders, Then and Now

By Robert Greene II

In August 1966, Ebony magazine published an entire issue devoted to “The Negro Woman.” In it was an article by television personality and journalist ...

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And the Women Shall Lead Us

By Stephen G. Hall

Our historical and contemporary images of black nationalism privilege the masculine. This is true whether in distant or recent memory. Images of black men dressed ...

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