Submitted by NAD on Thu, 03/21/2013 - 09:51
In the most recent issue of AdAge, David Morse makes the case that, despite rhetoric from the President and others that suggest we are all Americans, regardless of skin color, strong racial divisions remain.
Submitted by NAD on Tue, 11/13/2012 - 13:28
It's only a week after the 2012 election, and there's been a lot of ink spilled already about the racial and ethnic breakdown of the electorate. The conventional wisdom is this:
- Barack Obama's victory in 2008 wasn't a fluke. Non-whites did show up for him in numbers that equal (and in one case surpass - Asians voted for Obama in greater numbers this year) 2008 levels.
Submitted by NAD on Fri, 10/26/2012 - 10:45
Four years ago the term "post-racial" was being used a lot. The idea that the first Black U.S. President would put a nail in the coffin of racism in this country, heal all wounds, have everyone holding hands and maybe, in a few short years, make everyone completely color-blind.