Code Switch Race and identity, remixed.

Princess Pageant crowns reflect the importance of patchwork, beadwork, and Seminole symbols. Will O'Leary hide caption

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A Princess In Patchwork: Sewing For The Miss Florida Seminole Princess Pageant

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Students at the University of Missouri protested this fall amid concerns about the administration's handling of racial issues. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Kenya Barris, the creator and writer of Black-ish, in his office on the ABC lot in Burbank, Calif., in December. Black-ish is now in its second season, airing on ABC. Megan Miller for NPR hide caption

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Kenya Barris Creates An 'Absolutely Black' Family for Prime Time

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From Bollywood To Hollywood: Shattering Stereotypes On The Silver Screen

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La Agencia de Orcí­ created this image as part of its campaign to encourage immigrants in the U.S. illegally to sign up for Ronald Reagan's amnesty program. National Museum of American History hide caption

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When politicians seem to spend less time understanding Latino issues and more time dining at taquerias, well, there's a word for that. Sam Howzit/Flickr hide caption

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A Politician Walks Into King Taco ... A Look At The Political Term 'Hispandering'

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Brandi Green negotiates the world as an African-American woman with albinism. Courtesy of Brandi Green hide caption

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People Of Color With Albinism Ask: Where Do I Belong?

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