The Man-Box Failed to Deliver: On Men and Racism

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Inside the conversation at The Good Men Project.

A New Perspective on Prejudice, Shaming, and Violence

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Raoul Wieland examines a range of modern problems through the lens of ‘Lebensraum.’

Why Are Natives Changing Their Names to Zuckerberg on Facebook?

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Native Americans are still losing their Facebook accounts for having “Fake Names” – and now it is being used to silence them.

What You Can Do Right Now About Police Brutality

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Instead of telling your black friends that you hope things will get better, show them how you are working to make things better.

Race, Exclusion and Crowds

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Alex Barnett asks, “How do we get to a place where it is the overwhelming rule (not the exception) that the few in the crowd who are different than the majority can feel comfortable and at ease and be accepted?”

The White Woman Who Stood Up for a Muslim Couple Was NOT Showing a ‘White Savior Complex’

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Qasim Rashid believes that by speaking out, Ms. Eden has not only empowered more non-Muslims to speak up against Islamophobia, but she has also elevated the voices of Muslims.

How Philadelphia Mayoral Candidates of Color Envision Community Policing 

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Men of color, all vying to be the 99th mayor of Philadelphia, expound upon their vision for community policing.

On Staying Alive Despite Being Black

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LeRon Barton on “The Talk”, and the sobering idea that murdering a black man is almost legal.

“What Kind of Asian Are You?” Slam Poet Alex Dang With a Slam Dunk

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Alex Dang, at the National Poetry Slam.

Multiracial Families and Inquiring Minds

Multiracial Families and Inquiring Minds

“The next time you see a multiracial family and feel compelled to ask a question about their composition, stop.” -Alex Barnett

Religious Justifications for Oppression: A Brief U.S. History

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Who has the power to define “the other,” and who has the power and control to define “the self”?

Me? Entitled? You Must Be Talking About Somebody Else

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Jenny Kanevsky takes a hard look at her behavior and realizes the opposite of entitlement is respect.

[Video] A Redneck Explains Racism- And He Will Bring You to Tears

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Dixon White’s compelling explanation of racism in America is amazing.

The Civil War: The One We Fought, The One We’re Still Fighting

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It officially ended 150 years ago on April 9 in Appomattox with General Lee’s surrender, but the deep divisions that produced the Civil War still roil our national psyche.