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Jeremy Helligar

Journalist, blogger and author, ‘Is It True What They Say About Black Men?'

Jeremy Helligar is a journalist, author, pop culturist and world traveler from New York City, where he spent 15 years working as a writer and editor for People, Teen People, Us Weekly and Entertainment Weekly. In 2006, he moved to Buenos Aires, where he learned Spanish and launched his own blog, Theme for Great Cities, a travelogue, memoir, entertainment bible and Sex and the City rolled into one, and began living his first book, "Is It True What They Say About Black Men?". He followed four and a half years in BA and two and a half years based back and forth between Melbourne and Bangkok with one month in Berlin, one month in Rome, one month in Tel Aviv, and one year in Cape Town. Since October of 2014, he's been based in Sydney, Australia, where he's currently plotting his next country/continent.
'Os perigos da discriminação racial em

'Os perigos da discriminação racial em relacionamentos'

Um empresário que só contrata funcionários brancos porque prefere trabalhar com eles, ou o dono de uma casa que só aceita inquilinos brancos porque os prefere, pode usar "preferência" para evitar as acusações de racismo? É claro que não. Então por que as pessoas acham que as regras do racismo não se aplicam quando elas eliminam continentes inteiros como possibilidades românticas por causa de raça e etnia? Porque elas não podem sofrer as consequências legais da discriminação por suas preferências?
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