Blackface and anti-black racism are still alive and strong in East Asia. In both Japan and South Korea, as well as in China, blackface is still considered “not racist” and even as television stations have been made to apologize, it continues. In this video, Shuri Eiko, one of my Japanese … Continue Reading Japan’s Blackface Racist portrayal of great singer Shuri Eiko
YoonMirae teams up with Hiphop artist JunoFlo for a song about empowerment as Black-Korean.
Yoon Mi Rae, and other Female K-Rappers in a collage of their rapping. Many of the Rap Contests are nationally televised. If one sees and studies carefully, you can see that many Black-Korean mixed rappers and hip-hop artists will carve out some of the few options available for mixed-race and … Continue Reading Yoon Mi Rae and Female K-Rap
Here is a good article from Global Voices.org on the Racist portrayal of Filipinos in preparation for, and during the American betrayal and colonization of the Philippines after they had ousted the Spanish during the Spanish-American War in the Philippines. It was really a ruse by the United States, to … Continue Reading Racist Portrayal of Filipinos – Global Voices.org