(2019, May 28). Author Candice Carty Williams discusses how her ethnicity impacted her identity growing up as a young black woman in the UK in her book 'Queenie'. She shares her experiences with Katie and Dr Radha. CLICK HERE
(2019) This article explores the lives of Lebanese-Canadians who are perceived as white, shedding light on the difficulties faced by individuals such as James Chaarani, who must navigate the various ways in which they are perceived due to their appearance being different from that of a typical Arab person. CLICK HERE
(1998) The book explores the experiences and perspectives of individuals who identify as biracial, having parents from different racial or ethnic backgrounds.
It's about time the Peanuts gave Franklin a home, and an overdue identity of his own.
(2024) The article discusses how the creator of "Peanuts," Charles M. Schulz, forgot to give Franklin, the Black character, a last name for 26 years until 1994. Recently, Franklin gained prominence in the show "Snoopy Presents: Welcome Home, Franklin" on Apple TV+, marking the first significant expansion of his character, occurring long after Schulz died in 2000. CLICK HERE