Have our First Amendment rights been trampled as well?
White denial, irresponsibility, and what’s next for this country.
Being white doesn’t disqualify you from the conversation on racism. Jonathan Church on how to join.
Reckonings #11: How do people fundamentally change their hearts and minds?
Whether you are prejudice about race, food, or lifestyles, it does not negate the fact that you are prejudice.
You need to see black men as they actually are–especially if you don’t have experience with that. Media images of black guys are overwhelming negative. Lately, we’ve seen the relentless circulation of violence in phone videos. Many of us react with horror and empathy. But lots do not. These images did not start with Rodney…
A chance encounter on a train left Whittier Strong with this story. He knows it could have ended much worse.
In 1967, the arrest and beating of an African-American taxi driver by a white cop sparked a riot that killed 26 people, caused millions in damage and led to a mass exodus from the beleaguered city of Newark.
What’s with the new trend of changing your skin color?
Reflecting on the privileges of attending an Ivy League school as a student born into poverty.
Kevin Wright’s poignant spoken word poem on race.
My first conversation with a black man occurred at the age of 19.
John M. Del Vecchio reminds us about family: It is deeper than blood and includes everyone regardless of race, creed, gender or politics.
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Ed Madden juxtaposes gender, race, and paint samples in this surprising prose poem.
Who sets the definition for race?