ATR 94 – missing black children

Why don’t black children garner the same kind of media attention white children do when they go missing? What does it say about how your racedetermines the value of your life?

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A freelance writer and blogger with strong opinions, Latoya Peterson writes about the intersections of race and pop culture – but also finds time to discuss video games, anime, manga, gender, feminism, and hip-hop. She currently edits the blog Racialicious and has contributed to Bitch Magazine and the American Prospect. She also contributes to Cerise, the online magazine for girl gamers, and Clutch Magazine.

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Duration – 30:06
File Size – 20.7 MB

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