Du Bois Review Issue 11.2
Racial Inequality Re-articulated
Race has sticky properties. Much like the classic 'tar baby' encountered in the Uncle Remus and Br'er Rabbit tales, once you make the error of putting a hand in or on it, it becomes very hard to extract one's self from the incredibly adaptive and adhesive grasp of race.
A number of the articles in our current issue, "Racial Inequality Re-articulated" (11.2) identify and unpack the ways in which the stickiness of race operates.