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Andhadhun movie poster

I’m not going to lie, I love Bollywood’s masala movies as much as the next person. But it wasn’t until I watched a non-commercial film that I realized how much my perception of the industry is shaped by those in power.

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You’re American but you’re too Black.

You’re Black but you’re too African.

You’re African but you’re too dark.

I’m sick of being told what I am and what I am not.

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I saw this tweet today.

The author with Blair Imani and Ani Zonnevald

Muslims are constantly in the media but rarely for good reason. Muslims are often called terrorists or accused of oppressing women. They are rarely spoken of as regular people going about their daily lives.

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On Oct. 30, 2018, the Office of the President of the University of Michigan solicited a group of student leaders for a meeting.

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The prosperity of the modern National Football League in the U.S. is aided by white supremacy, i.e., the marginalization, commoditization and exploitation of the Black body.

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I was recently at an open mic night for LGBTQ folks to tell their coming out stories. I was pleasantly surprised to find that, for a predominately white institution like the University of Michigan, the speakers and audience were both of a surprisingly multiracial composition.

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If you know me, the last thing you’ll mistake me for is being a picky eater.

The “Model Minority” and Racial Triangulation Theory

The “Model Minority” myth is a myth that upholds and maintains whiteness as the standard of what is “good” and “acceptable.”

Classroom Etiquette

“Devil’s Advocate” and “All sides of the argument”

Chad, nobody wants to hear you say, “Well, if I was a slave owner, I would be mad my property is gone too!”