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Masters ThesisBradshaw, KhaleahColorism is rooted in racism. Because the institution of racism stems from the enslavement of Africans in America, colorism has a history in the United States just as long as slavery itself. Using a color system among women sets the standard of beauty . . .
Masters ThesisFeeding adaptation of green abalone, Haliotis fulgens, in relation to the invasive macroalgal species Sargassum horneriJaquette, RogerSargassum horneri, a non-indigenous species of brown alga from Asia, was first discovered in Southern California waters in 2003. Since then it has spread tenaciously, displacing giant kelp, Macrocystis pyrifera, and other native seaweeds. Abalone have . . .