The End of Racism (Thank You Donald Sterling)

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Jackie Summers reminds us that racism didn’t start as a moral problem. It started as an economic one.

Challenging “Normal”: Why Non-Token Diversity in Kids’ Storytelling Is Important

Challenging “Normal”: Why Non-Token Diversity in Kids’ Storytelling Is Important

Navdeep Singh Dhillon argues that, all too often in books, movies, and TV shows for children, non-white characters are only defined by their “otherness.”

Owning Whiteness

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Rather than defend against the charge, Justin Cascio attempts to define and possess his Whiteness.

Unrelenting: Mental Illness in Prison

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After 35 years of incarceration, Spoon Jackson says, “I have never adjusted to being caged.”

I’m Not Racist But …

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“Dr. Bill” Johnson II on institutionalized racism, and what it is—and isn’t—to be racist.

Months of Lockdown

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While in lockdown, poet and prisoner Spoon Jackson flies in his mind’s eye, witness to freedom and injustice.

The Disposability of Black Men

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Black men are brutally murdered and systematically incarcerated. Is this genocide?

Man vs. Oppression

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Kyle Carpenter’s awareness of his privileges inspire a dual struggle against institutionalized oppression: in the world and within himself.

“Black males are by far the most oppressed and disadvantage demographic in this country…”

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