Janine Young Kim (Marquette): Postracialism: Race after Exclusion. From Saturday Evening Post, a special series on The Long March on Washington. Emily Badger on the real cost of segregation in 1 big chart. Activist Tim Wise is on the defensive — it's not a pretty sight. What is the incentive for students to perpetrate racial hoaxes? Noah Rothman wonders. Diamond Sharp on 15 black feminist books for everyone: Solidarity may be for white women and black power for black men, but these books are for everybody. Richard D. Kahlenberg on a refreshingly honest book about affirmative action: Randall Kennedy admits it helped him — and proves why we need it. From the Brian Lehrer Show, a conversation about a conversation about conversations about race. In a possible first and under heavy security, KKK and NAACP meet in Casper (and more). Has Drudge become more race-baity? Mimi Dwyer and Julia Fisher on the numbers. Adam Rothstein on freeing resistance from civil disobedience. A study suggests Southern slavery turns white people into Republicans 150 years later. Outgoing NAACP president Ben Jealous speaks to The Root's editor-in-chief Henry Louis Gates Jr. about his decision to step down (and more). Chris Hedges on Cornel West and the fight to save the black prophetic tradition. Martin Kitch on how hating a black president isn’t necessarily racist. Edward Wyckoff Williams on using humor in the dialogue on race.