Putting White Under the Light

September 2015
In These Times;Sep2015, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p32
An interview with journalist Jose Antonio Vargas is presented. He talks about his documentary film "White People," along with his views about the reaction to the film and how it shows how insular people are in terms of looking at race. Vargas talks about the immigration issue in the U.S. and the role of the White House and Congress in addressing immigration problems. He also offers his views about the response of 2016 presidential candidates the Black Lives Matter action.


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