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The Extreme Challenges of Ultramarathons

The Extreme Challenges of Ultramarathons

Nick Tiller has been competing in ultra marathons for about 10 years They aren’t easy. It’s going to be pain in the muscles pain in the joints. It’s going to be gastrointestinal distress, It’s going to be blisters on the feet. It’s going to be chafing. It’s going to be heat. It’s gonna be dehydration. Read more about The Extreme Challenges of Ultramarathons[…]

Kids Dispute Santa’s Skin Tone | What Would You Do? | WWYD

Kids Dispute Santa’s Skin Tone | What Would You Do? | WWYD

With all those letters to answer and lists to check twice Santa Clause can get hungry and some lunch would be nice but the reaction to our jolly Saint Nick is anything but black and white. Santa! It’s Santa! That’s not Santa Yes it is, look at his beard, look at his clothes Just because Read more about Kids Dispute Santa’s Skin Tone | What Would You Do? | WWYD[…]

Color film was built for white people. Here’s what it did to dark skin.

Color film was built for white people. Here’s what it did to dark skin.

This is a Shirley card. And if you developed color film between the 1940s and the 1990s the accuracy of the colors in your photos was largely based on this skin-tone. Shirley was probably the the name of the first person who was pictured on the cards. And Shirley became the subsequent name of the Read more about Color film was built for white people. Here’s what it did to dark skin.[…]

Why the market for skin whitening is growing

Why the market for skin whitening is growing

It’s a care package for my mom back home in Los Angeles. It’s always filled with everyday items and a bunch of Filipino goodies. Instant noodles in here, sinigang soup packet, fruit from my mom’s backyard, toothpaste But then there’s this skin whitening products Skin whiteners are a big business. More than four hundred million Read more about Why the market for skin whitening is growing[…]

Why Do We Have Different Skin, Hair and Eye Color?

Why Do We Have Different Skin, Hair and Eye Color?

We have a wonderfully diverse and beautiful world filled with millions of species of both animals and plants. At the top of the food chain sits us human beings – the most dominant of predators. Us homo sapiens all share similar characteristics with one another, but in the details we can vary dramatically. We don’t Read more about Why Do We Have Different Skin, Hair and Eye Color?[…]

Nina Jablonski breaks the illusion of skin color

Nina Jablonski breaks the illusion of skin color

Interestingly, Charles Darwin was born a very lightly pigmented man, in a moderately-to-darkly pigmented world. Over the course of his life, Darwin had great privilege. He lived in a fairly wealthy home. He was raised by very supportive and interested parents. And when he was in his 20s he embarked upon a remarkable voyage on Read more about Nina Jablonski breaks the illusion of skin color[…]

The science of skin color – Angela Koine Flynn

The science of skin color – Angela Koine Flynn

When ultraviolet sunlight hits our skin, it affects each of us a little differently. Depending on skin color, it will take only minutes of exposure to turn one person beetroot-pink, while another requires hours to experience the slightest change. So what’s to account for that difference and how did our skin come to take on Read more about The science of skin color – Angela Koine Flynn[…]

The beauty of human skin in every color | Angélica Dass

The beauty of human skin in every color | Angélica Dass

It has been 128 years since the last country in the world abolished slavery and 53 years since Martin Luther King pronounced his “I Have A Dream” speech. But we still live in a world where the color of our skin not only gives a first impression, but a lasting one that remains. I was Read more about The beauty of human skin in every color | Angélica Dass[…]

Eight black women discuss the politics of skin tone

Eight black women discuss the politics of skin tone

Colorism conversations for me are always really interesting because the way that I grew up was, ‘you need to be darker’. Really? Everyone in my family wants to be darker. I’m all about being darker. I didn’t realise this until my teens though. Like when I went to Grenada and like I got a really Read more about Eight black women discuss the politics of skin tone[…]