Reading the 'New Yorker' and Seeing White Commentator John McWhorter just started reading New Yorker magazine. He was surprised to find that most of the cartoons depict white New Yorkers while modern day Manhattan is a place full of people of color.
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Reading the 'New Yorker' and Seeing White

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Reading the 'New Yorker' and Seeing White

Reading the 'New Yorker' and Seeing White

Reading the 'New Yorker' and Seeing White

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Commentator John McWhorter just started reading New Yorker magazine. He was surprised to find that most of the cartoons depict white New Yorkers while modern day Manhattan is a place full of people of color.