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RISE is a project designed to illuminate some of the ways in which racism operates in this country.

Although public commentary describes the United States as "post-racial", racism continues to exert a very real and pervasive influence on institutional policies and processes, interpersonal.

All asians look alike, you can't tell them apart - and other racist statement my adopted kids have been exposed to | racism | transracial adoption | @katewhinehall

All Asians Look Alike, You Can't Tell Them Apart

All asians look alike, you can't tell them apart - and other racist statement my adopted kids have been exposed to

Why I'm Not Here for # WhiteGirlsRock: "We need Black Girls Rock! because black girls and women are almost invisible in American media... This is not to say that white girls don't rock. I'm white. I kind of rock. But this conversation isn't about you, it isn't about us. Why must everything always be about us? It doesn't have to be. And it shouldn't be."

Why I'm Not Here for #WhiteGirlsRock

Although public commentary describes the United States as "post-racial", racism continues to exert a very real and pervasive influence on institutional policies and processes, interpersonal interactions, neighborhood infrastructure, socioeconomic opportunities, media imagery, and more. RISE is a project designed to illuminate some of the ways in which racism operates in this country.

Although public commentary describes the United States as "post-racial", racism continues to exert a very real and pervasive influence on institutional policies and processes, interpersonal.

Series of Brooklyn Billboards Put Racial Inequity on Display - COLORLINES

Although public commentary describes the United States as "post-racial", racism continues to exert a very real and pervasive influence on institutional policies and processes, interpersonal.

Two unidentified African American Union Army soldiers, full-length portrait,  wearing uniforms, c. 1864

Two unidentified African American Union Army soldiers, full-length portrait, wearing uniforms, seated with arms around each other's shoulders, c. 1864 American US history photograph

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