A post-racial era? Think again, Temple experts say
|The election of Barack Obama as the first African American U.S. president has prompted Americans to ask a number of questions about our country and ourselves:
Has America transcended its racially-charged past and entered a post-racial era? What are the historical and cultural meanings and symbols that surround this revolutionary moment? To what extent will an African American first family and first lady impact mainstream racial stereotypes?
|On the eve of Obama’s inauguration, Temple experts weigh in on Michelle Obama, race relations, Camelot, hate crimes, media images and white privilege.||