Understanding and dismantling the system that created black face is better than apologizing for it.
Women’s lives are in jeopardy due to wrangling and delay despite bipartisan support for the Violence Against Women Act.
What happens when your skillset, your passion for doing good and your ability to stand on your own two feet collide? Examine this explosion and consider what options might lie out there for others in a similar situation.
The public was shocked by the blackface image on Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s yearbook page. But if blackface is now taboo, there was a time when it played a big role in American culture.
A work colleague, a priest, therapists, fellow survivors, and Greg’s own courage and perseverance have enabled him to confront the past and open up a hopeful future.
Five themes on white people’s reactions to the Covington Catholic MAGA kids incident.
Here is a way to help branded trafficking survivors.
The blackface scandals dominating headlines provide an opportunity to talk about yesteryear’s infatuation with the art-form and how it socialized Americans.
The problem of sexual violence is so vast that all people most do their part to shift the culture in a better direction.
This episode of Archivist’s Alley features a conversation about transgender identity in archives, pronoun importance, cishet privilege and Magnus Berg’s thesis on trans cinema.
“What about the language the President uses and the joking references to genocide against Native Americans?”
“Anonymous” by Maya Edwards (“AA, inspired by someone close to me”). Poem recorded/edited by Erick Galindo, and Drake Witham. This recording was made possible by a grant from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFA), with equipment provided by Women Helping Youth (WHY).
“The Army gave me stripes. I got ’em quick. But I knew I was hiding behind the stripes.”
Reflections on the attitudes of some of my male feminist friends.
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;…”
Is wearing blackface ever ok? Short answer. NO! Never!