Now reviewing artwork for the 2019 exhibition!

Reflections on Colorism: Art as the Alternative Mirror
University of North Carolina Wilmington
February 28 - April 5

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Colorism Essays and Poems v.2 is a resource for understanding colorism through a multicultural lens and for diving into the work required to address colorism at its core. Get the PDF Version Now!

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Writing Contest

The International Colorism Healing Writing Contest has attracted close to 1,000 submissions from around the world. Click to learn more about Winners and Editor's Picks.

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Research Index

Writing or teaching about colorism? Jump-start your research by browsing hundreds of titles including academic articles, books, novels, films, plays, blogs, and more.

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Men on Colorism

Video Series: 13 Black Men get candid about their perspectives and personal experiences with colorism. Watch as we dig into the nuances of colorism and gender.

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Exhibit- Reflections on Colorism: Art as the Alternative Mirror

Imagining new narratives and alternative visions.


Client Approval

Dr. Anna WestFounder Humanities Amped

Professor Webb’s workshop incited crucial conversations about how our lives are saturated by colorism and the intersecting issues of race, class, and gender. Professor Webb offers helpful frameworks that are grounded in research, and she uses the arts to humanize the conversation. I have rarely been in a professional conversation about such difficult subject matter that felt so honest and transforming for everyone involved.

Alejandra TorresELL Coordinator

Sarah’s interactive facilitation engaged participants in a rich, reflective discussion, and she provided practical resources to address colorism in the classroom. Sarah’s expertise is invaluable for professional development focused on promoting inclusive learning environments.