Anthony Carter suggests you ask yourself “What can you offer that will change someone?”
When fear rears its head, it’s time for self-examination.
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.
Many smart, well-meaning people are terribly confused about feminism and its power.
Whatever group you belong to and the fact that you are human provides the impetus for dominating.
When it comes down to loving the person who has shown patience, consideration, and consistency or dismissing the same person because of a “perceived difference”, young folks will invariably go with the more loving approach.
We often don’t allow ourselves to fully see another human.
(Keeping it hard twice a week)
HIV’s most riveting and far-reaching devastation has to deal with the amount of fear and shame it created and the stigmatization of those infected.
Power and its distribution are determined by people who have the most to gain by wielding it sparingly to those who need it the most and would use it most radically.
Anthony Carter grew up in a homophobic home and never imagined he’d get married in front of his family. Here’s what happened.
Education at its best involves something more than silence, abject obedience and the ability to regurgitate facts and useless information.
Strive or personal and professional excellence. In a world of mediocrity and feeble minded individuals, it is time to buck up and smarten up. We’re going to need everyone of us in this battle and no excuses.
Most of us like to construct our relationships with people who look and think like us.
We are all influenced and shaped by images we witness.
It is time to stop lying and pretending that things don’t hurt.