October 17, 2009 by cayce
Black is not just a skin color; it’s a quality of voice. Sarah Jones, the Tony Award-winning performer, talks with linguist John McWhorter about what it means to “sound black” in this Studio 360 clip.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged african american, education, employment, language, prejudice, race, racism, stereotypes, white privilege | 2 Comments
but she is light skinned
She is biracial. And I don’t think that in any way disqualifies what she has to say on this topic. Then again, I may be inferring too much from your “but…”
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