This week we talk to Dr. Sheena Howard about her film, "Remixing Colorblind." The documentary examines perceptions about race on college campuses through discussions with students and educators. The film looks at how the educational system shapes students' understanding of race and race relations.
Howard is an associate professor of communication at Rider University andan award-winning author who received the 2014 Eisner Award for her first book, "Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation."
Howard will take part in a panel discussion of the film on Feb. 22 at the Free Library of Philadelphia. Dr. James Peterson will moderate. For information on film screenings and discussions of the film, visit the "Remixing Colorblind" website, remixingcolorblind.com.