Why does ‘ethnic’ nearly always mean non-white? | Songlines
Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Why does ‘ethnic’ nearly always mean non-white?

By Gabrielle Messeder

Following her review of an album with a shocking blackface cover, Gabrielle Messeder delves into problematic representation in world music...

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