Bloggers of Color in the Boston Globe

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You'll see a lot of the folks listed on my blogroll in this Boston Globe article (h/t Latino Pundit). 

These intellectual challenges to mainstream and other viewpoints are some of the opinions Latino, Asian/Pacific Islander-American, and black bloggers are exposing on a growing number of sites focused on social, political, and cultural issues. The sometimes facetiously named blogs range from Angry Asian Man to The Angry Black Woman. Readers can find Latino viewpoints at Guanabee, The Unapologetic Mexican, or Latino Pundit. Those interested in information from an Asian angle head to Ultrabrown, Zuky, or Sepia Mutiny. Sites created by blacks include The Field Negro, Too Sense, and Resist Racism. But often these bloggers discard the handcuffs of their ethnic origins to tackle subjects affecting a range of racial or ethnic groups.
    - Vanessa E. Jones, Boston Globe
Always brings to mind the blogs that are missing.  Specifically, Culture Kitchen, Latina Lista, Latino Politico, and Para Justicia Y Libertad.  I come across new inspiration everyday, though, and I know I'm forgetting a few, so feel free to give me your own in the comments and I'll put them up.

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