Skip to Main Content
Michigan State University

Ronald E. Hall | The Bleaching Syndrome

Event Description

With more interracial births/marriages, the new millennium has sparked unprecedented social challenges. Race is less detectable for persons with "soft" racial features. Discrimination also prevails among people of color on the basis of colorism. Light-skinned Americans—regardless of ethnic identity—discriminate against dark-skinned Americans. In the mulatto world as well, white supremacy is sustained as light-skinned superiority and dark-skinned inferiority. Dr. Hall. with a Skin Color Clinic, will explain The Bleaching Syndrome in a worldwide context.

Tags: Education,Governmental Affairs and Public Policy,Michigan State University,Alumni Association