In a neighborhood rife with racial tension, a local girl falls for a recent immigrant who is the victim of prejudice and shame.
“Black girls be the fire God sends.”
“This has always been a matter of equity, right? So how about we become equally unequal. No lives matter.”
“This face is Black 24/7, I can’t turn it on and off based on time and place.”
Often, to appear “open” and “accepting,” some people resort to the issue of “tokenism.”
“A good kid won’t wear his pants like our expectations. Did you wear them low, Darius?”
Is wearing blackface ever ok? Short answer. NO! Never!
An open letter to my local school board supporting a required citizenship course.
“Black will do anything for its humanity.”
“Last week, I was informed that when Black people die and go to heaven, they go through this purification process, and God will turn them white, like everybody else in heaven.”
Being an ally should last more than an hour or two.
The day my doctor called me a sp*c.
Christian preacher Fr. Jerome Chandler examines racism in the historical context of religion and slavery.
There is a formula when it comes to apologizing for racist events. This time it’s not enough.
We are horrified at blatant racist acts, but should we be?
Racism was defeated in this man’s heart through the actions of one amazing woman.