There is no punchline, they talk about how race affects them… or doesn’t.
Speaking on and supporting transgender issues starts with correcting misconceptions.
Talking about race does not have to be nasty or disrespectful. It just has to be honest and truthful.
Another reminder of being Black in America.
My days and nights are consumed by one thing: how to make it pop.
“Why don’t Black people call the police on white people as much as white people call on Black people? Maybe it is because Black people don’t see police as protectors?”
Non-white stories need to be shared, now, more than ever. In this age of our new administration, one man refuses to fall silent.
Conor and LeRon got together to film two videos talking about the New Yorker story “Catperson” dating, and what men don’t understand about consent.
How do you answer what #LivingWhileBlack is in any context?
I hear the talk in the locker rooms, at lunch, or at the bar. “They’re getting everybody! You can’t look at a woman, pay her a compliment, or even try and talk to her without someone saying “sexual harassment.”
Why we should raise emotionally healthy men.
LeRon Barton has experience navigating the world as a Black man, but the Jordan Davis killing has him asking why that needs to be a challenge.
Can you imagine what it is like to be told that you can do anything? The world is yours? You have all the power and nothing is holding you back? I don’t.
A Black man writing a book to humanize Black men and boys: it couldn’t have come at a better time for me and everyone else.
Respectability politics and victim blaming: “If you just straighten your clothes, speak without Ebonics, act more white, and pull up your pants, you will be accepted.”
To all of my young guys out here waffling, not knowing if they are doing the right thing or not, I am here with you.