A Nation of Minorities? Originally published in Volume 10, Issue 1,Winter 1999/2000 of The Responsive Community. by Amitai Etzioni June/July 2000Read more
The Abolitionist Examiner (TAE) is a sister publication to The Multiracial Activist. Every other month, TAE explores concepts promoting freedom from prominent forms of group-think, focusing primarily on (but not exclusively) racial identity and racial group-think through commentary and/or direct action. This publication’s mission is to promote the belief that race is no longer a valid identifier and continued dependence on and allegiance to race-based identities only serve to suppress individuality and promote stereotypes. It’s time to break the chains of our various forms of group-think. Liberation without, must begin with liberation within. This publication is dedicated to the memories of those who started this journey, in particular, Frederick Douglass and William Lloyd Garrison. The Abolitionist Examiner is registered with the Library of Congress, Washington, DC – ISSN: 1552-2881.
Featured writers include Adam Abraham, C. Loring Brace, Wendy McElroy, and Yehudi Webster, among others.
I Don’t Want to be Black Anymore by J.J. Johnson June/July 2000Read more
Twenty-one Arguments forAbolishing Racial Classification by Yehudi O. WebsterJune/July 2000 Click here to download this article formatted for your Palm or HandSpring PDA (from Race is Not the Problem: It's […]Read more
Do You Feel Like a Number Yet? Originally published on March 18, 2000 in The Sierra Times. by J.J. Johnson June/July 2000Read more
“Race” In The Third Millenium by George Winkel April/May 2000Read more
What Makes Us Americans?We must rise above hyphenationsfor a mature understanding First published on Saturday, November 20, 1999 in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette by Sam Hazo April/May 2000Read more
Census 2000: Just Say No To Race by James K. Mattis April/May 2000Read more
The ‘race’ question on the U.S. census is racist.Why this is so and what to answer instead. by Bob Curtis April/May 2000Read more
An Alternative to Race Relations: Human Relations by Yehudi O. Webster April/May 2000Read more
Count Me Out by Sheldon Richman April/May 2000Read more