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'Can't You Be in the Black Struggle and Be Multiracial, Too?': Late UCSB Professor Challenges the One-Drop Rule
Reginald Daniel was a UC Santa Barbara professor who taught the longest-running college course on multiracial identity in the nation, helping hundreds of students grapple with their own family histories and broader concepts of racial identity.
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Reparations in California
Explore why California launched the first-in-the-nation task force to study reparations for Black people.
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