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Marcia Alesan Dawkins
Marcia Alesan Dawkins

Marcia Alesan Dawkins, Ph.D. is Visiting Scholar at Brown University. She is interested in public policy, diversity, education, and communication. ...

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Obama and Reid
AP / Charles Dharapak

Was Reid Right?

Sen. Harry Reid’s comments about Obama’s racial profile might seem beside the point to our president. After all, he’s got bigger fish to fry. But it appears that Obama is the only one who is over it.

Posted on Jan 13, 2010 READ MORE


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Sotomayor
AP / J. Scott Applewhite

A Judge With a View

The struggle over Sonia Sotomayor’s viewpoint and voice has important ramifications for legislative politics and identity politics in our country.

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The L.A. Uprising’s 20th Anniversary and the Resurrection of Tupac Shakur

Sunday, April 29, marks the 20th anniversary of the start of the Los Angeles uprising and the two-week anniversary of the resurrection of slain gangsta rapper Tupac Shakur as a hologram at Coachella. The events are not a coincidence. Rather, they are part of a cultural argument that speaks to racial tensions, police misconduct and vigilantism that have plagued the city for decades.

Posted on Apr 28, 2012 READ MORE


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AP / John Minchillo

The Million Hoodie March: It’s About a ‘Right-or-Wrong Thing’

In all, the Million Hoodie March was an on-the-ground call for an end and an online call for a new beginning.

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Interracial Love Is No Societal Cure-All

Charting the demise of racism by the rising number of interracial marriages is probably not the most reliable indicator that it’s ending. Wouldn’t the elimination of disparities in income, employment, health care, education, crime, punishment and family structure be more accurate indicators?

Posted on Feb 17, 2012 READ MORE


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White House / Joyce N. Boghosian

The FLOTUS and the Twitterverse

Michelle Obama joined Twitter on Thursday. For some this doesn’t qualify as news in a world full of political and economic turmoil.

Posted on Jan 12, 2012 READ MORE


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Marcia Alesan Dawkins
Marcia Alesan Dawkins

Marcia Alesan Dawkins, Ph.D. is Visiting Scholar at Brown University. She is interested in public policy, diversity, education, and communication.  Her forthcoming book, “Things Said in Passing,” looks at racial passing as a model for identity formation and communication in the U.S. from the late nineteenth through early twenty-first centuries. She lectures, writes and consults on these and other issues related to contemporary communication.

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