Ibram X. Kendi’s new book is much more complex than a step-by-step guide.
It’s not mental illness, it’s the result of toxic messaging.
It is also our responsibility to talk about racism.
A personal reflection on race, saviorism, and growth.
Gender distinctions are built directly into our language.
Reflections on slavery, rape, and Thomas Jefferson.
The death of a police officer is a tragedy, but so is every other homicide.
We start as society makes us, but where do we go from there?
It’s not just a sport. It’s a perspective.
Some schools struggle with proper inclusivity.
We rush to defend our intent. Why that’s misguided.
What we should—and shouldn’t—say.
The way we are raising boys is creating killers and martyrs. It’s (beyond) time to change.
What if gender is no more inherently integral to our identities than race, physical characteristics, ability, or culture?
The Myth of Meritocracy doesn’t just lie to us about successes, it also lies about why people fail.
This is a product of a racist system.