Race-ism

About

“Race is the child of racism, not the father” (Ta-Nehisi Coates, 2015).
Race is one of the most tenacious signifiers. While it is common knowledge that race as a marker to categorise humans is biologically and scientifically incorrect, it is and will be a dichotomous tool to divide people. This section explores what race and racism means in 21c and how it -subliminally or overtly- is present in everyday life.

1001 streams of whiteness

Spike Lee on Gentrification of BedStuy

My father’s a great jazz musician. He bought a house in nineteen-motherfuckin’-sixty-eight, and the motherfuckin’ people moved in last year and called the cops on my father. He’s not — he doesn’t even play electric bass! It’s acoustic!
—Spike Lee

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1001 streams of whiteness

Race-ism

Trayvon Martin & Geroge Zimmerman

Greg Cimeno and William Filene thought it would be a good idea to dress up as Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman this Halloween, 2013.

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