Though its imagery resembles the past, today’s civil rights movement has its own identity, goal, and voice.
Dr. Darron T Smith explains that four hundred years of violence and oppression cannot be assuaged by a few public appeals.
Dillan DiGiovanni asks: “What does our country stand to gain from perpetuating this deeply-rooted myth that black people are more violent than white men or people of any other race?”
Crucifying Paula Deen for her racism is a way of denying our own.
Chad Goller-Sojourner knows the value of at least one white privilege.
Spoon Jackson, who has served 34 years of a life sentence in prison, faces the reality of his fate.
Fear is what we feel, denial is what we do, and defensiveness is how we do it.