person of color


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As a person of color living in a town that has been brutally gentrified and is now home to lots of white, self-described "global citizens," it feels good to read a blog that expresses a lot of what I think about the liberal white culture that dominates the city.
My concerns are not what spectrum of the color wheel my fellow person is in, but why that after 25 years of working in the corporate world, not one person of color will respond to my hellos or goodnights, join me at lunch, or why I have not had the opportunity to work with an African-American male in authority in my business field.
I plan to tell my story of discrimination and bias to every person of color with whom I come in contact, encouraging them to leave this out-of-step Democratic Party and become a Green," she said.
Whites cannot fully comprehend the experience of a person of color and the day-to-day racism, subtle and overt, which is part of his/her daily norm.
We're not asking why a movie set in Los Angeles does not feature one person of color.
No person of color shall migrate into and reside in this state, unless, within twenty days after his arrival .
Someone spray painted a racial epithet on the window of a hair salon owned by a person of color at 125 W.
There seldom was even a mention of a person of color, unless that individual was involved in a crime against the White Establishment.
NOT THAT RACE MATTERS HERE AT THE TIMES, BUT IT'S GREAT TO SEE A PERSON OF COLOR GETTING AHEAD, THIS COLIN POWELL INTERRACIAL LOVE NEST STORY IS DY-NO-MITE
Only one broadcast editorialist is a person of color, for example.
This book relates the stories of two remarkable men: Andre Calloux, a slave-born Creole who became a free person of color, an artisan, and a Civil War hero; and Claude Paschal Maistre, a white priest who was "the only Catholic cleric in New Orleans to publicly advocate abolition and equal rights for blacks" (95).
The Chicks examine such factors as The Brotha Rule: how soon the black male character dies; STS, or Spot the Spot: finding the lone person of color in a film; and most important, The Black Factor: the commentary on relevance to black culture, history or sociology.
Until 1905 (when yellow fever last was present in force in the USA) in none of the States of the Old Confederacy was any person of color found on a state board of health.
I personally believe that most of the time a person of color convicted of a crime actually did it--as I believe most other people convicted are guilty.
Andre Cailloux's experience as a person of color was fairly typical.