Posts Tagged: race

A new collaboration with (Don’t) Guess My Race

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PIN is excited to announce a collaboration with Interactive Diversity Solutions, creator of a web-based learning game called (Don’t) Guess My Race. This game in a one-of-a-kind interactive diversity program based on social science research that promotes cultural understanding, increases empathy and reduces bias, all wrapped up in a fun game. Participants who play (Don’t) Guess My… Read more »

WTUL’s ‘Deep Dialogue’ series asks: Where are you from?

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Featured speakers Ben Mintz, Derwin Wilright Jr., and Shana griffin.

Where are you from, originally? This simple question was the topic of a discussion at Community Book Center in New Orleans in April, and prompted a sweeping conversation about race, class, displacement, and what it means to be from a rapidly changing city with deep roots.

Using PIN to talk about race gaps and ‘Losing Ground’ in Colorado

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A forum of community activists, political leaders, and journalists on race and economic disparities hosted by Colorado Public Radio and The I-News Network on April 25, 2012 at Rocky Mountain PBS in Denver. 
(Joe Mahoney/The iNews Network)

Colorado Public Radio has been reporting on race gaps in Colorado in partnership with I-News Network, a nonprofit investigative news service. I-News studied census data from 1960 to 2010 and found that blacks and Latinos are falling behind whites in education, income and homeownership. It’s an important story because Colorado was once a national model for minority progress.

KPCC covers the Olympic Games from a SoCal perspective

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In this conversation on AirTalk, a sports psychologist gets into the heads of athletes, and an African-American water polo star from the 2004 games talks about the social barriers to participation by athletes of color. More at

Does your significant other look like you?

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Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan visited China in December 2011. A recent Pew study included this notable sentence, which prompted one of our latest queries: "When newly minted medical school graduate Priscilla Chan married Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg last month, she joined the 37 percent of all recent Asian-American brides who wed a non-Asian groom." (Photo by AFP | Getty Images)

Asians are now the fastest-growing immigrant group in the United States — and more than one-third of newly married Asian-American women choose non-Asian husbands. So we wondered: Does race matter in a relationship? Has it in yours?