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The Horror, The Horror: "Get Out" And The Place of Race in Scary Movies

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Directors of the films "I am Not Your Negro," "Life, Animated," "13th," and "OJ: Made In America" are all up for Academy Awards in the Best Documentary Feature category. They are also all filmmakers of color. For the first time, African-American documentarians made up most of the nominees. Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures, A&E IndieFilms, Netflix, and ESPN Films hide caption

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Oscars So Black...At Least, In Documentaries

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How LGBTQ People Of Color Are Dealing With Orlando: Code Switch Podcast, Episode 4

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Mexican and Mexican-American families wait to board Mexico-bound trains in Los Angeles on March 8, 1932. County officials arranged these mass departures as part of "repatriation campaigns," fueled by fears that Mexicans and Mexican-Americans were taking scarce jobs and government assistance during the Great Depression. Los Angeles Public Library/Herald Examiner Collection hide caption

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Mass Deportation May Sound Unlikely, But It's Happened Before

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