Lewis Featured in New Video
In Conservatism in the Black Community: To the Right and Misunderstood
, Angela Lewis (Government, African American Studies) examines the true level of support for conservatism among blacks at the grassroots level in light of the growing prominence of a number of black conservative political intellectuals. She also investigates the areas in which blacks tend to have more conservative views and analyzes the place of black conservatism in the Tea Party movement.
Joy to the World
Big smiles wait behind the doors of Wal-Marts across the United States. But when the company opened its first German stores, the enthusiastic greeters stationed at the entrances startled customers, who thought the salespeople were openly flirting with them. Happiness may be a universal emotion, but it has an accent, with every culture interpreting it—and expressing it—differently.