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.
Anthony Carter suggests you ask yourself “What can you offer that will change someone?”
We often don’t allow ourselves to fully see another human.
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.
We are all influenced and shaped by images we witness.
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.
When is the last time you’ve had an uncomfortable talk about race, privilege, fear, and domination?
When fear rears its head, it’s time for self-examination.
Forgive me for not understanding and refusing to believe that there are forces out there bent on destroying young, brilliant, beautiful black men.
We’re often taught that we are enemies and have nothing to learn from each other.
We rarely ask for what we need emotionally.
What if we encouraged people to plow into what scares them the most?
We are not obliged to a life of labored living because of our skin color.
Let’s stop allowing media to raise our children.
Stop worrying about what white folks think or feel about you.
Many smart, well-meaning people are terribly confused about feminism and its power.