In this interview with BBC 5 Live's Charlie Charlton, Dr. Dee talks about President Obama's take on race, racism, rhetoric and Sen. Pinckney.
In this interview for the CBC-Radio Canada, Dr. Dee discusses racism, racial passing and the power of performance in the Rachel Dolezal case that fascinated US media.
When BBC World News calls, you pull over on the 405!! Dr. Dee chatted roadside with BBC World News (minute 2:05) about the firestorm raging around Rachel Dolezal, the white Spokane, Washington NAACP leader who allegedly passes as black. #RachelDolezal #AskRachel #ClearlyInvisible
Dr. Dawkins teams up with comedian Mike Epps to find out why black people love fried chicken. Is that even true? Dr. Dawkins answers at 2 minutes 40 seconds. Then, watch as Epps heads to Oakland to get to the bottom of this mystery, and to find out why it's considered a negative stereotype at all.
Dr. Dawkins hangs out with MySpace music writer Rebecca Haithcoat to give MIXLY a sneak peek of her new book Eminem: The Real Slim Shady.
Dr. Dawkins shared 5 money lessons she learned from Eminem with US News and World Report. You won't want to miss these!
Over the last couple of weeks, Professors Marcia Alesan Dawkins and Walter David Greason had a conversation about several of the issues in their lives, in their research, in the academy, and around the world. They are proud to share their ideas with you.
With the upcoming political conventions, candidates are banking not only on their platforms to win over voters, but on their personalities. Listen here.
Dr. Dawkins makes her film debut by discussing racial passing, the Census, multiracial identities and technology in Eli Steele's exciting documentary about the mixed experience, New Americans: Rise of the Multiracials.
Dr. Dawkins gives Book Expo America a sneak peek of her new book Clearly Invisible: Racial Passing and the Color of Cultural Identity.