Code Switch Race and identity, remixed.

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Sex And 'An African City': A Steamy Ghanaian Show You Don't Want To Miss

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Ingrid Vaca, originally of Bolivia, rallies for immigration reform after marching to the White House on Nov. 20, 2015 — the one-year anniversary of President Obama's announcement concerning Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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This still is from the first trailer for Nina, starring Zoe Saldana as singer Nina Simone. This image of Saldana in dark makeup and with a prosthetic nose helped reignite a controversy over skin color and casting. Nina (2016) Trailer, IMDb hide caption

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Hundreds protest President Obama's immigration policy, marching to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Phoenix in 2013. Many Latinos who supported the president have become frustrated by his administration. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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Caila Quinn shares the details of her disappointment on the March 7 "The Women Tell All" follow-up to ABC's The Bachelor. Some fans are rooting for her to be named the new lead of The Bachelorette on Monday night. Kelsey McNeal/ABC via Getty Images hide caption

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What Would It Mean To Have A 'Hapa' Bachelorette?

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Jelani Cobb On His Epic 'New Yorker' Piece On Black Lives Matter

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Music director Alex Lacamoire and actor/composer Lin-Manuel Miranda celebrate onstage during a Hamilton performance for the Grammy Awards at Richard Rodgers Theater in New York on Feb. 15. Theo Wargo/Getty Images hide caption

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A selection of participants who identify as black and Mexican in Walter Thompson-Hernandez's Instagram project, Blaxicans of L.A. Courtesy of Walter Thompson-Hernandez hide caption

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A group of students calling themselves Reclaim Harvard Law School has been occupying a student center for weeks, demanding greater attention to racial issues, including more diversity among the faculty. Chiquita Paschal/Chiquita Paschal hide caption

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History Of Slavery, Future Of Diversity Still At Issue At Harvard

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Don Wilson and Francine Everette starred in Spencer Williams' Dirty Gertie from Harlem, U.S.A., a 1946 "race film" set for re-release as part of the Pioneers of African-American Cinema collection. Courtesy of Kino Lorber, Inc. hide caption

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Restored 'Race Films' Find New Audiences

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