Feb 27, 2020
Brazil's heavily integrated society and lack of historical segregation make addressing inequality between light and dark skinned Brazilian's difficult, and yet the data indicates they exist.
Vânia Penha-Lopes, Professor of Sociology at Bloomfield College and author of "Confronting Affirmative Action in...
Feb 20, 2020
Jason Sokol, Professor of History at UNH and author of “All Eyes are Upon Us: Race and Politics from Boston to Brooklyn”, discusses the history of segregation in the North during the Ciil Rights Era.
Feb 13, 2020
Brazil and the United States both share a common history of slavery, however the differences in their paths post-emancipation shed light on the origins of racist ideology in both countries, and what needs to be done to counter it. G. Reginald Daniel, Professor of Sociology at the University of Santa Barbara and author...
Feb 6, 2020
For the first installment in Black History Month, Nikki Brown, Professor of History at the University of Kentucky, joins me to discuss the surprisingly dark history behind Forrest Gump, and how the philosophy of white supremacy evolved from the introduction of slavery to the colonies in the 1600s through Reconstruction.