Monthly Archives: March 2012

RACE IN THE COUNTRY: IBM Fetes Leave Out Crucial World War II Role

IBM is making a comeback.  Over the last five years, they have launched a major PR campaign, which thus far has included an enormous exhibit at Lincoln Center last fall, the celebration of “Watson,” IBM’s super computer and Jeopardy! contestant, … Continue reading

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RACE IN THE COUNTRY: “Untouchables” Finally Becoming Obsolete

At a time when many US institutions, including state universities, are discarding affirmative action, often at the behest of its beneficiaries, like Clarence Thomas, India is stepping up its affirmative action program. India isn’t very racially diverse – in this … Continue reading

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