Ms. Magazine Tries a Little Harder, but gets Confused

2020-10-08T20:51:43+00:00October 8th, 2020|

Ms. Magazine tries harder, but gets confused. Two of their writers, Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn and Haley Taylor Schlitz wrote an article titled "Politicizing Blackness, Multiracial Love and Identity: "That we Make of this Moment is on Us." They say, "For our part, we both identify as Black women. Janice is a Gen-X Californian born to two African American parents. Haley is a Texas Gen-Zer of mixed-parentage: half-white and half-Black. But in an America still held hostage by the vestiges of slavery, and the “one drop rule,” we are both seen as [...]

NBC Missed the Mark

2020-10-08T20:34:10+00:00October 8th, 2020|

NBC MISSED THE MARK Saloni Gajjar of NBC completely missed the concept of Kamala Harris being biracial when he wrote this: “Sen. Kamala Harris' facial expressions while Vice President Mike Pence was responding to questions about the administration's Covid-19 response during Wednesday's debate were a hit across social media. And Asian Twitter and Black Twitter put their own spin on it. Many joked that Harris, who's the first Black person and the first Indian American to appear on the vice presidential debate stage, was giving looks reminiscent of a disapproving [...]

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