This weeks readings and discussions focused more or so on race in the media as well as post feminism. Hall described in his article two types of racism. "Overt racism which are those occasions when open and favorable coverage is given to arguments, positions and spokespersons who are in the business of elaborating an openly racist argument or advancing a racist policy of view (Hall 91)." Inferential racism as those apparently naturalized representations of events and situations relating to race, which have racist premises and propositions inscribed in them as a set of unquestioned assumptions (Hall 91)." I found both these terms interesting, I haven't really thought about inferential racism that much. I don't like how in our society today we bring everything to be about race. Anything someone says or does will turn in to a racist slur or joke. Don't get me wrong some people take it to far and do act in a racist way, but not everyone. I think unconsciously we may say or do things that could be considered inferential racist. We discussed things about the article by Banet- Weiser, with feminism and race in the media. I think when it comes to race in television The Cosby Show and Dora the Explorer are great examples. The world today is much more diverse than it was 50 years ago. The need for diversity among children is huge, were teaching them to live in a diverse world with different ethnicities and races they will not know any different. I think its great that we have an education spanish show for children, I would like to see more in the future.