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Scholars of race often describe it as an â€œimaginary reality,â€ which means that while it is an idea that describes real bodies (â€œrealityâ€), the prejudices and stereotypes that it generates are largely the made-up creations of a particular culture (â€œimaginaryâ€). With this in mind, how do both readings demonstrate the principle that race is an â€œimaginary realityâ€ that is nevertheless powerful?
â€¢ Readings: Joel Martin, â€œAlmost Whiteâ€; â€œSanta, Jesus, and All Those Other White Guysâ€ (blog)
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