Mark All That Apply
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A conversation about race, between siblings Christopher and Jeanette Snider. Through their personal perspectives on race and identity, her academic pursuits in multiracial issues among higher education students, and the growing public conversation about the meaning and impact of race in our society, there will be much to talk about.

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    Episode 31: Grown-ish & Beyoncé

    Recapping recent, unfortunate events of America's trouble with race, lead us to find happier topics to discuss. Take Grown-ish, for example. When it gets it right, it really gets it right. And, we bend the knee and pay homage to Beyoncé's Coachella performance.

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    Episode 30: March For Our Lives & On My Block

    After a quick catch up on Jeanette's dissertation, Christopher and Jeanette recap the speeches and powerful moments from the March For Our Lives, and discuss Netflix's On My Block and some recent episodes of Black-ish.

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    Episode 29: March for Our Lives & The Loving Generation

    Christopher and Jeanette cover a few odds and ends, including Jeanette's new hairdo, our dear friend Betsy DeVos, and another new house update from Christopher before rounding out their conversation on The Loving Generation and exploring the similarities and differences between the Black Lives Matter movement and the March for Our Lives.

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    Episode 28: Black Panther & The Loving Generation

    After a brief chat about the Oscars and Jeanette getting a chance to see Christopher at work, it's time to dig into our thoughts on Black Panther, the value of representation, and the risk of cultural appropriation. We don't spoil the movie, but the conversation is more fun if you've seen it. Then, Jeanette introduces Christopher to the docu-series, "The Loving Generation" and a the diverse perspectives on race and identity that come from the generation of biracial children born between 1965 and 1985.

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    Episode 27: Winter Olympics & Obama Portraits

    By the time Christopher and Jeanette sat down to record the latest episode, neither had seen Black Panther yet. So we open our conversation with our expectations for the movie before discussing representation at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang and share our thoughts on the official Obama portraits that were unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery.

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    Episode 26: A Wrinkle in Time & Kaepernick's 10 for 10

    This time Christopher's travel got in the way of a traditional recording, but delayed flights won't stop him and Jeanette from discussing Colin Kaepernick's donation and nonprofit awareness spree, A Wrinkle in Time's Black, White, and Brown barbies, the beauty of the Black Panther's Purple Carpet premiere.

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    Episode 25: International Perspective & South Africa

    Jeanette has returned from her international adventures to talk about her sixth trip to South Africa, the difference in international interactions from now compared to 2008, how our President's remarks are viewed around the world. We also discuss the recent unfortunate news from H&M's latest clothing ad campaign.

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    Episode 24: Love & Marriage (with Special Guest: Dayle Kern)

    With Jeanette touring South Africa, Christopher turns to his spouse and better half, Dayle Kern, for a chat about growing up in Alabama, understanding white privilege around the world, and living in rural Japan. Then it's time to think about how Mark All That Apply can expand to include perspectives of people in interracial relationships.

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    Episode 23: Doug Jones & Colorism

    Merry Christmas! Christopher and Jeanette recorded this one early, but are here to deliver some holiday discussion about the election of Doug Jones, the latest pop culture appearance for diabetes in a recent episode of Black-ish, and dig into the concept of colorism.

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