Beginning with last week's "Racist Show-and-Tell," in which the members of rap group Das Racist judged a slideshow of racialized commercials compiled by writers from Ego Trip Magazine, the Asian American Writers' Workshop is spending March hosting a series of panels ("part symposium, part late-night talk show, part YouTube nostalgia-fest") that attempts to provide what they're calling "an alternative racial history of the 1990s." Tonight, at Why Can't We All Just Get Along?, a murderer's row of speakers (including Elizabeth Mendez Berry, Jeff Chang, and Jay Smooth) meet to discuss everything from Anita Hill to "black kitsch" and the television show Family Matters.
Fri., March 16, 7 p.m., 2012

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