With the acuity and instinct of the precocious child, she knew what I couldn’t bear facing– what name might wound me. “Cracker.”
That a highly controlled Singapore decided to give this play a go-ahead is a clear signal that no place on earth can continue to ignore underlying tension amongst communities that need to flourish together.
Know your own potential and your country’s potential to lead the world.
A lesson in the courage to face the world as it is, and the strength to carry on.
I learned that black ain’t supposed to be smart. Black is supposed to be athlete or thug.
“I don’t remember the exact moment I learned silence…”
It is just as real, though.
There is no punchline, they talk about how race affects them… or doesn’t.
Who would you be if the world never gave you a label?
Will we ever eradicate racism from American society?
A white girl from Staten Island and a black guy from Brooklyn discuss the discovery of their own racial identities.
Another reminder of being Black in America.
Blacks faced violent attacks led by white Confederates after the Civil War ended.
Rob Mitchell shares what he would tell himself, a “model student “at 15, with the expectations of being the token black kid.
We don’t live in Blackland or Whiteland.
What’s with the new trend of changing your skin color?