You can get the book at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and University of Chicago Press and later at all major booksellers, university bookstores, libraries, and … Continue Reading My Book is OUT NOW!
Dewayne Everettsmith is one of the most popular singer-songwriters in Australia today. He speaks and sings passionately to the continuing struggles of his people and brings light to the histories that he feels people must know, and to pay tribute to the ancestors and the lands that birthed him and … Continue Reading Dewayne Everettsmith, Aboriginal Singer
Black Arm Band is a group of some of the best-known music artists of Aboriginal Australia. Their piece: Dirtsong, giving homage to Australia’s land and spirit, has won worldwide acclaim. If one understands the destruction of the Aboriginal communities that are ongoing in Australia, from the colonial period and continuing … Continue Reading Aboriginal Music Group from Australia: Black Arm Band
Blog-post by Mark Makino – on the Japanese term: “Gaikoku-Jin” which translates: “Outsider-foreigner”
Mark Makino‘s post on the embedded aspects of race, nation, colonialism, and Japanese identity in the term: Gaikoku-Jin (Outsider-Foreigner): Foreign? Western? White? Non-Japanese? Occidental proboscis monsters? https://futurealisreal.wordpress.com/2016/09/07/foreign-western-white-non-japanese-occidental-proboscis-monsters/
A Black-Japanese student enters a Japanese school. The Japanese students are amazed, curious, condescending, afraid, finding ways to make him outcast. This Short Film, written and directed by Emmanuel Osei-Kuffour, Jr., shines a lens onto a small town, and gives a picture of how Japanese-mix children and people, and black-mixed people and … Continue Reading Now Showing in Theaters: うまれつき (Born With It)