When fear rears its head, it’s time for self-examination.
We often don’t allow ourselves to fully see another human.
We are all influenced and shaped by images we witness.
Whatever group you belong to and the fact that you are human provides the impetus for dominating.
Anthony Carter suggests you ask yourself “What can you offer that will change someone?”
Let’s not make a deal.
How do we protect young black men and keep them from being objects of suspicion and targets?
As I am consistently approached to offer my written opinions and well thought out world views, my desire to be seen and heard and known begins to shrink.
My love affair with the fantabuolus Eartha and the only cat woman that mattered began early.
I remind myself and others that there are many folks who began life’s journey with me who decided to check out for whatever the reason some time ago.
We must teach that reality and its creation is an individual’s choice and not predetermined nor beyond being critically examined.
Shocking news is not new and for the liberal and concerned white folks who seek justice and an improved society, I offer three helpful tips.
Racism is a learned way of thinking and is not endemic to the culture or a person. It is taught to us by those we love and trust to know better.
We have become too desensitized to the deaths of those in our community. Here is a list so that we never forget and continue to fight.
Young black males have never been safe in this country. A black male who is brilliant, talented or gay is even more of a target.
As I leave my home daily to go to work, I often assume that my tie and a smart pair of glasses will shield me from abuse and homicide.