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…
How one classic TV show portrayed a sensitive male, and broke the ‘guy friend’ mold
All the problems of the world are someone else’s fault.
Nothing new from TV land
Verbal strutting is the intellectual man’s version of beating our chests.
“Not all men” is a legitimate defense, but let’s not lose sight of the real problem
Mr. Trump consistently represents a form of toxic masculinity that we are fighting hard against.
What happens when we discuss a person’s words and actions instead of whether that person fits a label?
In the Cube and in life, we want order. Paul Hartzer offers a glimpse at solutions to both.
If we have any hope of fixing this scourge, it’s time for the police apologists to drop the defensiveness. Now.
It’s not enough to just starting out handing out hugs and ice cream and forgetting about the past
From plush monsters and Halloween ghouls to public speaking and failure, we can defeat our fears.
The silencing of black celebrities by the white status quo