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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Taking Marriage Advice After Bankruptcy - www. Kim Kardashian Kanye West, Kim And Kanye, Welcome Baby Boys, New Baby Boys, Paul Carrick, Married At First Sight, African American Men, American Women, Interracial Love

Is it right to say Black men prefer interracial relationships?

“None of our African-American men have any interest in marrying African-American women”. That is a comment by one of the dating experts in a clip from the reality TV show, Married at First Sight. According to him, these black men have a preference for interracial relationships. Are these claims supported by data? Dating and relationship expert Paul Carrick Brunson thinks not; calling the reality show “ignorant” and “disgusting” for spewing inaccurate information (that is not supported by…

Afrikanische Einwanderinnen nehmen sie, weil sie sich mehr Akzeptanz erhoffen. Schwarze Frauen aus der Mittelschicht sind zwar dagegen, aber nehmen sie heimlich: Hautaufhellende Cremes sind in Südafrika ein begehrtes Produkt. Skin Whitening, Acceptance, Ebony Women

Das Geschäft mit der Hautfarbe

Südwind Magazin - Internationale Politik, Kultur und Entwicklung

By Meredith Bower After our morning with Stefanie-Lahya Aukongo, we stopped for a quick lunch then made our way to Humboldt University to hear from Dr. We were all familiar with this. Black Women, Germany, University, Study, Lunch, Studio, Eat Lunch, Deutsch, Studying

Understanding Black Studies in Germany

By Meredith Bower After our morning with Stefanie-Lahya Aukongo, we stopped for a quick lunch then made our way to Humboldt University to hear from Dr. Maisha Eggers. We were all familiar with this…

Italian education beyond hierarchy: Governance, evaluation and headship - Emiliano Grimaldi, Roberto Serpieri, 2014 Serpieri, Google Glass, English Language Learners, Dyslexia, Mindfulness Meditation, Team Building, Body Works, Literacy, Identity

Mixed-Ethnicity Face Shape and Attractiveness in Humans - Anthony C Little, Kimberley J Hockings, Coren L Apicella, Claudia Sousa, 2012

Many studies show agreement within and between populations and cultures for general judgments of facial attractiveness. Studies that have examined the attractiv...

Italian education beyond hierarchy: Governance, evaluation and headship - Emiliano Grimaldi, Roberto Serpieri, 2014 Serpieri, Google Glass, English Language Learners, Dyslexia, Mindfulness Meditation, Team Building, Body Works, Literacy, Identity

The Need for Interventions to Prevent Skin Bleaching: A Look at Tanzania - Kelly M. Lewis, Karie Gaska, Navit Robkin, Amber Martin, Emily Andrews, Justin Williams, 2012

The practice of skin bleaching, or chemically lightening the skin, has become more common worldwide in the past 30 years. In Africa, the practice is especially ...

‘Trans-skin’: Analyzing the practice of skin bleaching among middle-class women in Dar es Salaam - Katharina Fritsch, 2017 Dar Es Salaam, Middle, Women, Woman

‘Trans-skin’: Analyzing the practice of skin bleaching among middle-class women in Dar es Salaam - Katharina Fritsch, 2017

This essay analyses skin bleaching among middle-class Tanzanian women as performative practice. It draws on empirical material from interviews with middle-class...

Italian education beyond hierarchy: Governance, evaluation and headship - Emiliano Grimaldi, Roberto Serpieri, 2014 Serpieri, Google Glass, English Language Learners, Dyslexia, Mindfulness Meditation, Team Building, Body Works, Literacy, Identity

Skin Bleachers’ Representations of Skin Color in Jamaica - Christopher A. D. Charles, 2009

This article deals with skin bleachers’ representations of skin color and the reasons that inform their representations. A content analysis was done of the reas...

Italian education beyond hierarchy: Governance, evaluation and headship - Emiliano Grimaldi, Roberto Serpieri, 2014 Serpieri, Google Glass, English Language Learners, Dyslexia, Mindfulness Meditation, Team Building, Body Works, Literacy, Identity

Skin Bleaching, Self-Hate, and Black Identity in Jamaica - Christopher A. D. Charles, 2003

The Afrocentric view concerning Jamaicans who bleach their skins is that they suffer from self-hate, a result of the lingering psychological scars of slavery. T...

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‘I Like Your Colour!’ skin bleaching and geographies of race in urban Ghana

This article explores chemical skin bleaching practices in urban Ghana to demonstrate the ways that particular racialized understandings of meaning are deployed in a contemporary postcolonial African society. I argue that the processes of racialization indexed by skin bleaching in Ghana must be contextualized within global racial formations; specifically, they can only be understood by examining the interlinked local and global ideologies and practices of race. In elaborating this argument…

Skin Bleaching Among Togolese: A Preliminary Inventory of Motives - Lonzozou Kpanake, Maria Teresa Muñoz Sastre, Etienne Mullet, 2010 Self Determination, How To Plan, Image

Skin Bleaching Among Togolese: A Preliminary Inventory of Motives - Lonzozou Kpanake, Maria Teresa Muñoz Sastre, Etienne Mullet, 2010

The motives underlying the practice of regular skin bleaching among Togolese people were examined, using Apter’s metamotivational theory as the framework. Facto...

Italian education beyond hierarchy: Governance, evaluation and headship - Emiliano Grimaldi, Roberto Serpieri, 2014 Serpieri, Google Glass, English Language Learners, Dyslexia, Mindfulness Meditation, Team Building, Body Works, Literacy, Identity

Investigating Motivations for Women’s Skin Bleaching in Tanzania - Kelly M. Lewis, Navit Robkin, Karie Gaska, Lillian Carol Njoki, 2011

Why do many African women continue to use damaging skin-bleaching cosmetics that contain dangerous chemicals (e.g., mercury) that may increase their rates of in...

Skin Bleaching and the Prestige Complexion of Sexual Attraction - Springer Science Inquiry, Action Research, Language Proficiency, Teacher Education, Language Development, The Prestige, English Language, Divorce, Attraction

Skin Bleaching and the Prestige Complexion of Sexual Attraction

This article focuses on the sexual attraction motive for skin bleaching in Jamaica. Some captive Africans on plantations in Jamaica altered their complexion. These Africans modeled the British in the colony who bleached their skin to protect the “superior,” “sexy,” and ideal white skin from the “impurities” of interracial sex and the tropical climate. The beauty and sexual attraction accorded to light skin was also evident in skin bleaching newspaper ads in the 1950s. The ads told women that…

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Racial Socialization and Racial Identity: African American Parents’ Messages About Race as Precursors to Identity

This study uses two waves of data to examine the relationships among patterns of racial socialization experiences and racial identity in a sample of 358 African American adolescents (60% female and 40% male). Using latent class analyses, we identified three patterns of adolescent-reported racial socialization experiences: High Positive, Moderate Positive, and Low Frequency. Adolescent-reported racial socialization experiences at Wave 1 were associated with Wave 2 adolescent racial identity…

Skin Bleaching and the Prestige Complexion of Sexual Attraction - Springer Science Inquiry, Action Research, Language Proficiency, Teacher Education, Language Development, The Prestige, English Language, Divorce, Attraction

Skin Bleaching and the Prestige Complexion of Sexual Attraction

This article focuses on the sexual attraction motive for skin bleaching in Jamaica. Some captive Africans on plantations in Jamaica altered their complexion. These Africans modeled the British in the colony who bleached their skin to protect the “superior,” “sexy,” and ideal white skin from the “impurities” of interracial sex and the tropical climate. The beauty and sexual attraction accorded to light skin was also evident in skin bleaching newspaper ads in the 1950s. The ads told women that…