Many of these people were just children the first time someone used the N-word to harm them.
It’s not what you say privately that matters; it’s what you say…
Although the ascended Blacks ideology that we need to play the game of respectability politics to achieve success is ridiculous, very few Blacks really understand what we need. Lincoln Anthony Blades breaks down the issue.
Jamie Utt – and some other really smart people – explain why white people simply CANNOT use the N-word. Ever. Never.
“And just because a person doesn’t exercise self-control doesn’t mean you should be treated less than a human being.”
This comment by Mfundisi Kitchen on the post Richard Sherman, Thugs, and Black Humanity
Olivia Cole wonders what it takes for a black man to be regarded as human in America.
Jamie Utt explains the profound danger in watering down our discussion of identity by removing any mention of societal power, oppression, and privilege.
Tim Brown believes that, “Cultural sensitivity should be a block of granite in the foundation of our education system, taught annually and comprehensively.”
Once upon a time, a snarky little comic strip rose from relative obscurity to become fodder for Sunday morning political pundits and shaking heads along Washington DC’s beltway.
Before, say, 1988, the idea of using what could be the most offensive racial slur ever created in public, would have seemed ridiculous to most people.
… sure, things would change if we really wanted them to …
This comment was from JP McMahon on the post by Jake DiMare “Boomers Beware: How Do You Want to Be Remembered?”