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Dear Black America, It is somewhat strange to address this to you, given that I’ve been told my whole life that race is just a social construct or that, at most, it is no more than skin deep, and I have had little choice but to imbibe a good deal of your popular culture growing... Read More
Coca Cola is following up last year's successful "share a Coke" first name campaign with an even wider ranging roll out this year. The company hopes to further build upon the nearly 20% increase in unit sales the campaign helped generate in 2014. In response to complaints from consumers whose names did not make the... Read More
Watch this video and then take your best stab at what religious tradition these guys hail from: Yep, that's their idea of shaking things up. Still unsure? A few hints: They are less likely to see the US as "structurally unjust" than other Americans are, they express high levels of contentment with the communities they... Read More
Cross-posted at HuffPoThis post will appear lacking in systematic structure because poor people tend to be fatalistic. Low future time orientation and few social obligations combine to create an existence that seems impulsive and chaotic from vantage points higher up the ladder. We look at the poverty and pretend to wonder why. We know the... Read More