The Biology of Race and Today's Manifestations of Racism.- Demystifying Skin Color and "Race".- Manifestations of Racism in the 21st Century.- What Are the Costs of Racism?.- Skin Color Bias in the Workplace: The Media's Role and Implications Toward Preference.- The Cost of Color: What We Pay for Being Black and Brown.- Skin Color, Immigrant Wages, and Discrimination.- The Pervasivences of Racism.- Racial Characteristics and Female Facial Attractiveness Perception Among United States University Students.- Lifetime Prevalence and Quality of Interracial Interactions on Color Consciousness Among White Young Adults.- Skin Color Biases: Attractiveness and Halo Effects in the Evaluation of African Americans.- The Latin Americanization of Racial Stratification in the U.S..- Skin Color and Latinos with Disabilities: Expanding What We Know About Colorism in the United States.- Brown Outs: The Role of Skin Color and Latinas.- "There Is No Racism Here": Understanding Latinos' Perceptions of Color Discrimination Through Sending-Receiving Society Comparison.- Conclusion.
Skin Color and Latinos with Disabilities.- Skin Color, Immigrant Wages, and Discrimination.- Skin Color and Race.- Skin Color Biases.- Lifetime Prevalence and Quality of Interracial Interactions on Color Consciousness among White Young Adults.- Bleaching Syndrome among People of Color.- The Latin Americanization of U.S. Race Relations.- Brown Outs.- Fairness on the Job.- The Cost of Color.- "There is no Discrimination Here."
In the post-Civil Rights era, there is a temptation to assume that racism is no longer the pressing social concern in the United States that it once was. The contributors show that racism has not fallen from the forefront of American society, but is manifest in a different way. According to the authors in this volume, in 21st century, skin color has come to replace race as an important cause of discrimination. This is evidenced in the increasing usage of the term "people of color" to encompass people of a variety of racial and ethnic backgrounds.
The editor has compiled a diverse group of contributors to examine racism from an interdisciplinary perspective. Contributions range from the science of racism, from its perceived biological basis at the end of the 19th century, to sociological studies its new forms in the 21st century. The result is a work that will be invaluable to understanding the challenges of confronting Racism in the 21st Century.