A Conscious Decision: Justifying Racism in Seventeenth Century Virginia

During the early 1600s, whites and free blacks coexisted somewhat peacefully on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Liberty and freedom for white and free black colonists in this era were based on the ownership of property. A free black man’s economic status included his possession of land, livestock, and slaves and determined his interactions with … Continue reading A Conscious Decision: Justifying Racism in Seventeenth Century Virginia

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E n g l i s h

When I'm not cooking curry or eating desserts, I'm usually traveling. I've been all over the United States, from California Adventures to Disney World, from Pike's Peak to Times Square. Last Fall semester, I explored France, Italy, Scotland, and England, enjoying art, food, music, and cultures different from my own.While I love doing yoga in … Continue reading E n g l i s h