Brave New Films put together this comparison of how blacks and whites are treated differently. What do you think?
“In a world that already fears and hates them – what if only Black people had superpowers?”
The inquiry into whether such a crisis would’ve gone unmitigated for more than a year if it affected the rich and white isn’t awkward, it’s rhetorical.
The fact of the matter is simple. Stereotypes and labels are not innocuous. They are far from harmless. Not as long as they have the power to color perceptions, invoke slurs, incite brutality and compromise one’s safety.
Seven Williams wants to help the kids whose lives don’t seem to matter. You can too.
Shawn Henfling has a health problem. OK, he has several health problems, and somehow giving up coffee seemed like a good idea.
Inflammatory rhetoric, unfounded stereotypes and a culture of fear have come together to create a perfect storm of racism and prejudice in society.
For Steve Harper, the question of, “When did you first realize you were White?” is only the beginning.
Nora Meiners writes as the white mother of a biracial son, reflecting on black male bodies and the perils that attend them.
Raoul Wieland ponders living a life in which diversity, tolerance, and unity become realities instead of dreams.