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This Week in History “While giving Thanks…”

There’s a fascinating dynamic and recurring trend throughout the portals of history — and if the saying is true that history is really just a “pattern of events” then the Spanish-Columbus/Indian and English-Colonist/Indian narratives can be best understood as concentric European relationships. How are these historical events and narratives alike? How are they different? Today, …

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The Colour Black, “A History” Part 1

Me: “Black is a color” My best friends: “It’s not a color” Me: (Give it a moment) Black at First Prior to the existence of any realized concept of color Black emerges as the earliest human conceptualization of artistic expression. As an innate, intuitive, and psychological selection. The prehistoric “tool of choice” for the first …

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“Curating Color”: The Whitewashing of Cultures with Eurocentrism and Art

“Only through a massive campaign of “re-education” and the systematic reconstruction of truth can we even hope to stem the rising tide of ‘race and color’ disparities in our American and global societies.“ If you’re wondering why you’ve never seen this ‘common’ form of Mediterranean art (that would have been typical of high-class Egyptian/Greek citizenry) …

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What is Real and Tangible

Let’s step back from what we think we know, from the gut wrenching and the jaw dropping agony of truth.  We stand somewhat timidly for the ground beneath us shakes. It shakes with the killing of too many black and brown souls,  still in purgatory set ablaze by hate and ignorance.  Long gone are the …

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Sandra

11 moons of white history month- Spoken in hushed whispers over designer coffee. Politically, properly you want me to say her name but when I asked you to say her name, you just whisper hard speculations and thoughts of Black surrender, Black supplication to this entity, this rock that landed on us that you now …

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Welcome to our World!

Welcome to our new Race and Color blogsite! We promise to deliver cutting edge content; reviews, news, and opinions that satiate our hunger to understand why race and color still matter so much today. Our “Race and Color” site is delivering cutting edge reviews — and relevant content that will stand inversion narratives of race …

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