racism, especially that sanctioned by the State, has resulted in the loss of healthy and thriving Black life and well-being.
history of race relations and antiblack
racism in the United
The Realities and Consequences of Unconscious Antiblack
Bias Among BGLO Members.
The continuing significance of race: antiblack
discrimination in public places.
In reading with and through archival mathematics (and the certification of unfreedom and its unenumerated openings), I suggest that it is the antiblack
violence of transatlantic slavery that archived the transparent numbers that many black scholars could not (and cannot) bear as these very numbers provide data that the ex-slave archipelago climbed out of through conceptualizing blackness anew.
Throughout her monograph, Copeland notes how the bias of antiblack
racism is not unique to the United States (ibid.
Even as late as 2004, the Chicago Tribune pointed out indications of antiblack
racism in Chicago's construction unions:
Doing Philosopohy Personally: Thinking about Metaphysics, Theism, and Antiblack
The study found that participants who scored high for antiblack
bias on the IATs were less likely to recommend thrombolysis when the black man's picture, rather than the white man's, was included in the medical record, presumably because they believed the black man would be a less cooperative patient or perhaps less able to pay.
During these scenes, not only are Freeman's white acquaintances deceived by his performances, but black onlookers are as well, suggesting that American antiblack
racism's effects are systemic, interpellating black subjects as well as white.
33) Defining racism narrowly in terms of intentional discrimination enables color-blind Americans to conclude that antiblack
racism is largely an artifact of the pre-segregation past with little contemporary relevance, including in the criminal-justice system.
As Lawrence Bobo (2011) points out, "the cultural production of demeaning antiblack
images--post-cards featuring watermelons on the White House lawn .