Overcoming our internal biases to help others learn
Outrage Over a Sex Crime Shouldn’t Vary Along Partisan Lines.
It is not about political disagreement. It is about wanting to minimize the amount of hatred deliberately spread in the world.
A false equivalence between Betsy DeVos and Ruby Bridges supports a disturbing worldview.
Paul Hartzer reflects on hand gestures, respect, and authentically bridging racial gaps.
What a mismatched photo of a detained Iranian-American boy reveals about our lingering racism.
Lies, errors, communal fictions, and other falsehoods
The Black Lives Matter movement is not about special treatment, it’s about equal treatment.
Mental health challenges carry a stigma, particularly among men. Paul Hartzer shares his experiences.
We continue to see the damaging effects of toxic masculinity. What does non-toxic masculinity look like?
The concept of ‘privilege’ is misunderstood as being entirely about wealth. It’s more complicated than that.
Stop looking for heroes to save us: We need to save ourselves.
White men can help fight white supremacy
Society has raised us to be this way. Paul Hartzer asserts it is our responsibility to change.
We must stand firm. This does not mean meeting hate with hate: It means meeting callousness with confidence and strength of spirit.
—The view supported by Black Lives Matter is that systemic racism results in higher arrest, conviction, and incarceration rates for persons of color, particularly for blacks. Given two persons—otherwise identical except for their skin tone—who commit comparable acts, the likelihood that the black person will be punished more than the white person is statistically higher.Here…