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Are We All Postracial Yet?

In this sparkling essay, David Theo Goldberg seeks to explain this conundrum, and reveals how the postracial is merely the afterlife of race, not its demise. Postraciality is the new logic of raciality.

Author : David Theo Goldberg

Release : 2015-09-09

Publisher : John Wiley & Sons

ISBN : 0745689752

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We hear much talk about the advent of a “postracial” age. The election of Barack Obama as President of the U.S. was held by many to be proof that we have once and for all moved beyond race. The Swedish government has even gone so far as to erase all references to race from its legislative documents. However, as Ferguson, MO, and countless social statistics show, beneath such claims lurk more sinister shadows of the racial everyday, institutional, and structural racisms persist and renew themselves beneath the polish of nonraciality. A conundrum lies at its very heart as seen when the election of a Black President was taken to be the pinnacle of postraciality. In this sparkling essay, David Theo Goldberg seeks to explain this conundrum, and reveals how the postracial is merely the afterlife of race, not its demise. Postraciality is the new logic of raciality.

Black Mixed-Race Men

So what are the conditions of the 'post-racial'? As Goldberg (2015, p. 6) sets out
in his seminal work Are we all postracial yet?, in this 'post-racial' epoch, 'the
enduring conditions made and marked by the racial continue to structure society.

Author : Remi Joseph-Salisbury

Release : 2018-08-06

Publisher : Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN : 1787565335

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This book offers a corrective to pathological and stereotypical representations of mixedness generally, and Black mixed-race men specifically. By introducing the concept of ‘post-racial’ resilience the book shows that Black mixed-race men are active and agentic as they resist the fragmentation and erasure of multiplicitous identities.

Conquest, Constitutionalism and Democratic Contestations

In short, the cultural turn in anthropology was not an (epistemic) turn at all, but a
turn in terminology. The 90s moment at Wits inaugurated a 'postracial' Savage
Slot. 'Culture' became a ... 52 DT Goldberg Are We All Postracial Yet? (2015).

Author : Joel M. Modiri

Release : 2020-06-30

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1000022412

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Two decades since the enactment of South Africa’s present constitution, the durability and endurance of ‘past’ inequalities and injustices illustrate that the ‘new South Africa’ – lauded as a miracle nation with the best constitution in the world – can no longer be regarded as an unqualified success. The legal and constitutional foundations of post-1994 South Africa are in a process of renegotiation that invites new and alternative perspectives and approaches. This comprehensive volume explores this process of renegotiation by engaging political and intellectual contestations circulating in South African academic and public discourse relating to continuities and discontinuities between the colonial-apartheid past and the post-1994 constitutional present. The authors analyse the moral, intellectual and political unravelling of post-1994 South African constitutionalism (as legal text and political culture) and enquire whether it has been able to respond adequately to the fundamental contradictions generated by colonisation and apartheid. They also consider how centring the historical problem of European domination and conquest in Africa – and South Africa in particular – might provide an alternative frame or lens to theorise and understand contemporary South African realities. This book marks out a complex field of contestation – involving competing histories, locations, visions and perspectives – that raises multifaceted questions regarding law, history and politics. It is the outcome of a South African Journal of Human Rights colloquium and was originally published as a special issue of the journal.

Promoting Racial Literacy in Schools

On some days, our prayers were answered and we skated through the register
without a whimper or a cry or a fight, taking ... is palpable and racial negotiation is
possible—but not by hoping and wishing we could all postracially “just get along.

Author : Howard Stevenson

Release : 2014-12-04

Publisher : Teachers College Press

ISBN : 0807772542

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Based on extensive research, this provocative volume explores how schools are places where racial conflicts often remain hidden at the expense of a healthy school climate and the well-being of students of color. Most schools fail to act on racial microaggressions because the stress of negotiating such conflicts is extremely high due to fears of incompetence, public exposure, and accusation. Instead of facing these conflicts head on, schools perpetuate a set of avoidance or coping strategies. The author of this much-needed book uncovers how racial stress undermines student achievement. Students, educators, and social service support staff will find workable strategies to improve their racial literacy skills to read, recast, and resolve racially stressful encounters when they happen. Book Features: A model that applies culturally relevant behavioral stress management strategies to problem solve racial stress in schools. Examples demonstrating workable solutions relevant within predominantly White schools for students, parents, teachers, and administrators. Measurable outcomes and strategies for developing racial literacy skills that can be integrated into the K–12 curriculum and teacher professional development. Teaching and leadership skills that will create a more tolerant and supportive school environment for all students. “Once more, Howard Stevenson has provided a blueprint of critical importance to policymakers, practitioners, teachers, and parents!” —Margaret Beale Spencer, Marshall Field IV Professor of Urban Education and professor of Life Course Human Development, University of Chicago Howard C. Stevenson is a clinical and consulting psychologist and professor of Education and Africana Studies and former chair of the Applied Psychology and Human Development Division in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania.

A Mission from God

It is the mission established for us by God, Abraham, Christ, Buddha, Mohammed
, and all the gods and prophets of the ages. This is the reason ... But does a
postracial society mean we all are treated equally as full American citizens? Then
we ...

Author : James Meredith

Release : 2012-08-07

Publisher : Simon and Schuster

ISBN : 1451674740

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“I am not a civil rights hero. I am a warrior, and I am on a mission from God.” —James Meredith James Meredith engineered two of the most epic events of the American civil rights era: the desegregation of the University of Mississippi in 1962, which helped open the doors of education to all Americans; and the March Against Fear in 1966, which helped open the floodgates of voter registration in the South. Part memoir, part manifesto, A Mission from God is James Meredith’s look back at his courageous and action-packed life and his challenge to America to address the most critical issue of our day: how to educate and uplift the millions of black and white Americans who remain locked in the chains of poverty by improving our public education system. Born on a small farm in Mississippi, Meredith returned home in 1960 after nine years in the U.S. Air Force, with a master plan to shatter the system of state terror and white supremacy in America. He waged a fourteen-month legal campaign to force the state of Mississippi to honor his rights as an American citizen and admit him to the University of Mississippi. He fought the case all the way to the Supreme Court and won. Meredith endured months of death threats, daily verbal abuse, and round-the-clock protection from federal marshals and thousands of troops to became the first black graduate of the University of Mississippi in 1963. In 1966 he was shot by a sniper on the second day of his “Walk Against Fear” to inspire voter registration in Mississippi. Though Meredith never allied with traditional civil rights groups, leaders of civil rights organizations flocked to help him complete the march, one of the last great marches of the civil rights era. Decades later, Meredith says, “Now it is time for our next great mission from God. . . . You and I have a divine responsibility to transform America.”

Crisis, Politics and Critical Sociology

CHAPTER SEVEN MARTIN LUTHER KING'S DREAM, OBAMA AND POST
RACIAL SOCIETY-CAN WE YET HOPE FOR A NEW ... In this dream we all
hoped for a time when we would “hue out of the mountain of despair a stone of
hope”.

Author : Graham Cassano

Release : 2010

Publisher : BRILL

ISBN : 9004179488

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As the first decade of the 21st century comes to a close, the world has entered a sustained period of crisis. In order to understand the forces that created our current social world, we need the tools provided by a critical sociology. This volume draws upon the work of contemporary critical sociologists searching for the roots of our present social and economic problems. Both prominent figures and emerging voices in sociology come together to offer insights into our present dilemmas from a critical perspective. The questions they ask and attempt to answer include: What is critical sociology? What is the significance of the new Obama administration? What tools do post-structuralism, postmodernism, feminism, and new forms of social theory offer critical discourse?

The Post-Racial Church

Our treatment of one another as God's creation is informed by God's past creative
act and God's future judgment of all unrighteousness. But how we should live in
the now is not based simply on God's identity as Creator. God is also Redeemer.

Author : Kenneth A. Mathews

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Publisher : Kregel Academic

ISBN : 0825490340

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Essential guide for the church act as the agent of reconciliation between God and humanity and men and women to one another

The Post-Racial Society is Here

After Emancipation, they were still entangled via sharecropping and convict labor
to the agrarian economy. ... praised Booker T. Washington's assertion that “in all
things that are purely social we can be as separate as the fingers, yet one as the
 ...

Author : Wilbur C. Rich

Release : 2013-03-05

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1136676597

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In a provocative and controversial analysis, Wilbur C. Rich’s The Post-Racial Society is Here conclusively demonstrates that nation is in midst of a post-racial society. Yet many Americans are skeptical of this fundamental social transformation. The failure of recognition is related to the remnants of the previous race-based society. Recognizing the advent of a post-racial society is not to gainsay recurrent racial incidents or a denial of the socio-economic gap between the races. Using the findings of historians and social scientists, this book outlines why the construction and deconstruction of the race-based society was such a difficult and daunting enterprise. Starting from the nation’s inception, Rich examines how the nation elites used racial language, separate schools, and the media to divide Americans. After World War II, the nation used U.S. Supreme Court rulings and the Congressional passage of Civil Rights laws to dismantle the institutional support for racial segregation and discrimination. The black Civil Rights Movement facilitated and consolidated the movement toward socio-political inclusion of African Americans. Rich alerts the reader to the unprecedented progress made and why the forces of the new global economy demand that we move faster to make society more inclusive. This thought-provocking book should interest scholars of sociology, Africana Studies, American studies and African American politics.

Pre-Post-Racial America

We have to see that all of us are in the same boat.” —DOROTHY ... but there
were some Black kids and some Asian American kids. Two in ... What was
different, though, was that one was an athletic, gregarious boy who liked to play
soccer.

Author : Sandhya Rani Jha

Release : 2015-03-17

Publisher : Chalice Press

ISBN : 0827244916

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Those people. Their issues. The day's news and the ways we treat each other, overtly or subliminally, prove we are not yet living in post-racial America. It's hard to talk about race in America without everyone very quickly becoming defensive and shutting down. What makes talking race even harder is that so few of us actually know each other in the fullness of our stories. A recent Reuters poll found 40% of White people have no friends of other races, and 25% of people of color only have friends of the same race. Sandhya Rani Jha addresses the hot topic in a way that is grounded in real people's stories and that offers solid biblical grounding for thinking about race relations in America, reminding us that God calls us to build Beloved Community. Discussion questions at the end of each chapter provide starting points for reading groups.

Barack Obama and the Myth of a Post-Racial America

In order to understand why it makes sense to analyze the present and future in
these terms, we should first ask why we should not simply accept that America
has already entered an era of post-racial politics. After all, a major party
nominated ...

Author : Mark Ledwidge

Release : 2013-10-08

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1135080526

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The 2008 presidential election was celebrated around the world as a seminal moment in U.S. political and racial history. White liberals and other progressives framed the election through the prism of change, while previously acknowledged demographic changes were hastily heralded as the dawn of a "post-racial" America. However, by 2011, much of the post-election idealism had dissipated in the wake of an on-going economic and financial crisis, escalating wars in Afghanistan and Libya, and the rise of the right-wing Tea Party movement. By placing Obama in the historical context of U.S. race relations, this volume interrogates the idealized and progressive view of American society advanced by much of the mainstream literature on Obama. Barack Obama and the Myth of a Post-Racial America takes a careful look at the historical, cultural and political dimensions of race in the United States, using an interdisciplinary analysis that incorporates approaches from history, political science, and sociology. Each chapter addresses controversial issues such as whether Obama can be considered an African-American president, whether his presidency actually delivered the kind of deep-rooted changes that were initially prophesised, and whether Obama has abandoned his core African-American constituency in favour of projecting a race-neutral approach designed to maintain centrist support. Through cutting edge, critically informed, and cross-disciplinary analyses, this collection directly addresses the dimensions of race in American society through the lens of Obama’s election and presidency.

Obama and the Biracial Factor

But I don't think we are“post-racial”at all. (Li-lan) Barack Obama's decision to
mark “Black/African American” on the 2010 census would seem to affirm mixed
race Asian American artist Li-lan's feeling that we are indeed not in a“post-racial
time ...

Author : Andrew Jolivétte

Release : 2012-02

Publisher : Policy Press

ISBN : 1447301005

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Obama and the Biracial Factor is the first book to explore the significance of mixed-race identity as a key factor in the election of President Obama and examines the sociological and political relationship between race, power, and public policy in the United States.

The Post-Racial Mystique

I am so glad we pulled it together, and that we're still going strong two years later.
When I get writers' block, it's good to know folks are counting on me to set up our
writing space so we can all get motivated. Many thanks and hugs to Mary ...

Author : Catherine R. Squires

Release : 2014-04-04

Publisher : NYU Press

ISBN : 0814764606

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Despite claims from pundits and politicians that we now live in a post-racial America, people seem to keep finding ways to talk about race—from celebrations of the inauguration of the first Black president to resurgent debates about police profiling, race and racism remain salient features of our world. When faced with fervent anti-immigration sentiments, record incarceration rates of Blacks and Latinos, and deepening socio-economic disparities, a new question has erupted in the last decade: What does being post-racial mean? The Post-Racial Mystique explores how a variety of media—the news, network television, and online, independent media—debate, define and deploy the term “post-racial” in their representations of American politics and society. Using examples from both mainstream and niche media—from prime-time television series to specialty Christian media and audience interactions on social media—Catherine Squires draws upon a variety of disciplines including communication studies, sociology, political science, and cultural studies in order to understand emergent strategies for framing post-racial America. She reveals the ways in which media texts cast U.S. history, re-imagine interpersonal relationships, employ statistics, and inventively redeploy other identity categories in a quest to formulate different ways of responding to race.

The Obamas and a (Post) Racial America?

But in the larger narrative of Black people in the United States, it is hard to
believe that he did not also intend for those opening ... as the all-American, if not
quintessentially American, family has evoked the word “post-racial” in the
American lexicon. But when we think of that word, do we mean it as a statement
or a question?

Author : Gregory Parks

Release : 2011-01-28

Publisher : Oxford University Press

ISBN : 9780199781294

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The United States has taken a long and winding road to racial equality, especially as it pertains to relations between blacks and whites. When Barack Hussein Obama was elected as the forty-fourth President of the United States and first black person to occupy the highest office in the land, many wondered whether that road had finally come to an end. Do we now live in a post-racial nation? This volume contends that despite the election of the first black President and rise of a black American family as possibly the most recognized family the world over, race is still a very salient issue-particularly in the United States. But the prominence of the Obamas on the world stage and the positive image they project may hasten the day when America is indeed post-racial, even at the implicit level.

Race & Reconciliation in America

What I want, and I think what we all want, and I think this is what we mean, but I'll
speak for myself—what I want is a postracist world. That's what I want. I want a
world where the differences are not detriments. We're moving in that direction.

Author : William S. Cohen

Release : 2009

Publisher : Lexington Books

ISBN : 9780739135501

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Convinced that what is needed in America is a serious, open, civil dialogue on racial, ethnic, and religious prejudice, William S. Cohen and Janet Langhart Cohen brought together an august and varied group of individuals in July 2008. Meeting in Washington, D.C., the participants, including Douglas Blackmon, Deepak Chopra, Sam Donaldson, Louis Gossett, Jr., and the Honorable John Lewis, came together to further a national conversation about the need for truth, tolerance, and reconciliation and what we can do to help all of our citizens to achieve their dreams in this land of great promise.

The Myth of Post-Racial America

by side on a job, the gain is greater if these members regard themselves as part
of a team.12 Although widely engaged in ... engagement that must occur if we, as
a society, are going to transcend all the culturally oppressive baggage that taints
 ...

Author : Roy H. Kaplan

Release : 2011-01-16

Publisher : R&L Education

ISBN : 1610480066

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The Myth of Post-Racial America provides a history of race and racism in the United States. These concepts became integral parts of American society through social, psychological, and political decisions, which are documented so readers can learn about the origin of myths and stereotypes that have created schisms in our society from its founding to the present day. This information is essential reading for students and teachers so they can become more effective in their work and value cultural differences, modes of expression, and learning styles.

Rebellion in Black and White

trend as much as Jesse Jackson's historic yet unsuccessful campaign for the
Democratic presidential nomination in 1988. Today, because of ... Do we not
hear from all their lips our anthem, “We Shall Overcome”? The work is not ... well
into the twenty-first century, and we are not yet a “postracial” America. Like the
protest ...

Author : Robert Cohen

Release : 2013-05-01

Publisher : JHU Press

ISBN : 1421408511

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Rebellion in Black and White offers a panoramic view of southern student activism in the 1960s. Original scholarly essays demonstrate how southern students promoted desegregation, racial equality, free speech, academic freedom, world peace, gender equity, sexual liberation, Black Power, and the personal freedoms associated with the counterculture of the decade. Most accounts of the 1960s student movement and the New Left have been northern-centered, focusing on rebellions at the University of California, Berkeley, Columbia University, and others. And yet, students at southern colleges and universities also organized and acted to change race and gender relations and to end the Vietnam War. Southern students took longer to rebel due to the south’s legacy of segregation, its military tradition, and its Bible Belt convictions, but their efforts were just as effective as those in the north. Rebellion in Black and White sheds light on higher education, students, culture, and politics of the American south. Edited by Robert Cohen and David J. Snyder, the book features the work of both seasoned historians and a new generation of scholars offering fresh perspectives on the civil rights movement and many others. Contributors: Dan T. Carter David T. Farber Jelani Favors Wesley Hogan Christopher A. Huff Nicholas G. Meriwether Gregg L. Michel Kelly Morrow Doug Rossinow Cleveland L. Sellers Jr. Gary S. Sprayberry Marcia G. Synnott Jeffrey A. Turner Erica Whittington Joy Ann Williamson-Lott

American Identity in the Age of Obama

INTRODUCTION If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a
place where all things are possible; who still wonders if the ... We were, after all,
witness to the possibility of a postrace America, even though nothing leading up
to, ...

Author : Amílcar Antonio Barreto

Release : 2013-11-12

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1317937163

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The election of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States has opened a new chapter in the country’s long and often tortured history of inter-racial and inter-ethnic relations. Many relished in the inauguration of the country’s first African American president — an event foreseen by another White House aspirant, Senator Robert Kennedy, four decades earlier. What could have only been categorized as a dream in the wake of Brown vs. Board of Education was now a reality. Some dared to contemplate a post-racial America. Still, soon after Obama’s election a small but persistent faction questioned his eligibility to hold office; they insisted that Obama was foreign-born. Following the Civil Rights battles of the 20th century hate speech, at least in public, is no longer as free flowing as it had been. Perhaps xenophobia, in a land of immigrants, is the new rhetorical device to assail what which is non-white and hence un-American. Furthermore, recent debates about immigration and racial profiling in Arizona along with the battle over rewriting of history and civics textbooks in Texas suggest that a post-racial America is a long way off. What roles do race, ethnicity, ancestry, immigration status, locus of birth play in the public and private conversations that defy and reinforce existing conceptions of what it means to be American? This book exposes the changing and persistent notions of American identity in the age of Obama. Amílcar Antonio Barreto, Richard L. O’Bryant, and an outstanding line up of contributors examine Obama’s election and reelection as watershed phenomena that will be exploited by the president’s supporters and detractors to engage in different forms of narrating the American national saga. Despite the potential for major changes in rhetorical mythmaking, they question whether American society has changed substantively.

Southern Medical Journal

All postrace urinalyses were grossly abnormal . Urinary myoglobins were positive
postrace in warm weather runners and negative in cold weather runners . Warm
weather runners showed a 50 % decline in inulin clearance postrace but ...

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The Education of Black Males in a 'Post-Racial' World

... American males, these articles remind us that race still matters in 'postracial'
America. Acknowledgements We are grateful to our invited reviewers whose
support made the double-blind peer review process for this special issue a
success.

Author : Anthony L. Brown

Release : 2013-09-13

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1317979427

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The Education of Black Males in a ‘Post-Racial’ World examines the varied structural and discursive contexts of race, masculinities and class that shape the educational and social lives of Black males. The contributing authors take direct aim at the current discourses that construct Black males as disengaged in schooling because of an autonomous Black male culture, and explore how media, social sciences, school curriculum, popular culture and sport can define and constrain the lives of Black males. The chapters also provide alternative methodologies, theories and analyses for making sense of and addressing the complex needs of Black males in schools and in society. By expanding our understanding of how unequal access to productive opportunities and quality resources converge to systemically create disparate experiences and outcomes for African-American males, this volume powerfully illustrates that race still matters in 'post-racial' America. This book was originally published as a special issue of Race Ethnicity and Education.

The Construction and Rearticulation of Race in a Post-Racial America

We must instead interrogate internalized oppression, the role of the National
Association for the Advancement of Colored ... immunities granted whites were
all openly, notoriously, and shamelessly sanctioned by the United States
Government.

Author : Christopher J. Metzler

Release : 2008

Publisher : AuthorHouse

ISBN : 1438901607

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Almost Legal Humor is the way defense trial lawyer Stephen R. Crislip describes his book, Down to the Hard Road. Operating upon the premise that the most difficult lawyers (or people generally) are those born without humor, he reports from the road during a series of lawyer meetings over a specific period. Utilizing the no theme approach of the Seinfeld show and the reporting style of the late Pete McCarthy, who wrote a travel book entitled McCarthy's Bar based upon McCarthy stopping at every bar in Ireland with his name on it, Crislip humorously wanders along a lovely string of meetings in glorious places with totally random descriptions of locales, people and the silliness of the times, as subjectively viewed by a big boned boy writing from tiny seats on small regional jets. The author contends his family's residence in West Virginia for over 218 years gives him full and absolute standing to give his West Virginia viewpoint, including the standard West Virginia directions: "Go down to the hard road until you come to the four lane and follow it to the Robert C. Byrd Freeway".... which one, you ask, since everything in West Virginia now bears this description. In the spirit of the adventures taken, the author vows to donate all proceeds over the production costs to a community charity so that everyone who buys or reads the book can feel good about themselves -- even if they lack the humor gene, and even if they pitch the book like a disposable camera.