Note from the publisher.
On the cultural front, racist images continue to make comebacks. Karen Carillo's story about the effort to stop eBay from selling such artifacts, David Leonard's analysis of Yao Ming as a racialized "freak and foreigner" in the NBA, and Gabrielle Banks' interview with performance protester and cultural artifacts expert Guillermo Gomez-Pena. As we watch the start of what promises to be a long U.S. occupation of land in the Middle East, we have to keep disrupting racist occupations of bodies and minds too.
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|Date:||Jun 22, 2003|
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