Tag Archives: race

Report from The Front: Berkeley, CA

From Emmett Till to Berkeley CA, Judy Juanita on how America’s most liberal city still channels racism. Continue reading

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The Enigmatic and Infinite Juxtaposition of a Sunflower and Oreo: An Interview with Mat Johnson

Helena Baptiste sits down with Mat Johnson to discuss writing, publishing, race, and his new novel LOVING DAY. Continue reading

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Cleaning Other People’s Houses

Cleaning houses was never what Judy Juanita was raised to do. That was for mothers, aunts, grandmothers… not her. Not a college-educated black woman. Continue reading

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