- Don’t Matter if You’re Black or White
- “Aunt” or “Ant?” It’s Not a Black and White Issue
- Chinese or Blonde? How About Both?
- Race Discrimination: “Is It My Fault?”
- Black in the Supermarket Checkout Line
- The Toddler Color Association Game
- Boy, Am I Glad I’m White!
- Jordan’s Story
- So….I’m Not White?
- Neil’s Story
- Returning Land to the “Brown People”
- The Color of Breakfast
- The Color of Peanut Butter
- Black and White
- The Sesame Street Connection
- Learning Racial Inferiority
- Racial Profiling
- Kate’s Story
- How Do You Tell A Dark Person from a Light Person?
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In 1st grade, I told my black teacher, in front of white teachers, a fellow black student called me a nigger. They all gave me astonished looks and later my black teacher was upset with me and I couldn’t understand … Continue reading
There was an experience where I knew I was different from others. When I was in elementary school, my mom packed me a Japanese bento box, and everyone else was eating sandwiches. I hated being different, so I went home … Continue reading
I always knew my family was different. Although we were not racially different from other families in my town, culturally and ethnically, we didn’t exactly fit the same mold as everyone else. My parents spoke Spanish at home, we ate … Continue reading
I grew up mostly inMinnesota, in very White towns and neighborhoods, but I spent one year in the South. When I was in Kindergarten (1966) in Corpus Cristi, Texas, I invited 12 classmates to my 6th birthday party. Both genders, … Continue reading
Mikhail Lyubansky, author of the Psychology Today Blog, Between the Lines interviews KoC founder, Charlton McIlwain. Read the Interview here