Although most of us want to pretend they don’t exist, racial tensions are quite real.
White people need to wake up – and we need to go to work.
Charlie O’Donnell tells it like it is.
Matt Hearnden has experienced enough white privilege to understand why #BlackLivesMatter.
White, straight, cisgendered, and yet a minority—his story is one of self-awareness and unique universal acceptance.
Because one vile act against another human being is one too many and we don’t get a do-over when we do unspeakable things.
Joseph Myers shares his vision for educational and racial equality.
Many white folks don’t understand the definition of institutional or systemic racism, and that’s got to change.
“When it’s black people, crime is like this one size fits all … crime is crime. When it’s white people, we’re required to have a nuanced understanding of crime.”
Please check the rung of the ladder on which you have been born. Then we can talk privilege.
Its all coming unwound, in a mad procession of shocking political ineptitude.
LeRon Barton suggests a different way to approach race issues.
Both Mr. Trump and Mr. Roof feel as though non-whites are taking over the country and their words are inspiring racist ramblings by their fans.
Broken Windows Policing was non-existent during the Mummers Parade.
But it gave me a sense of how it happens. I saw kids who would never have dreamed of using or thinking such things about classmates grow into teenagers that had awful and shameful ways of viewing the world. How could they avoid it when it’s put into them by their elders? I had the benefit of not having such things put in my head.
All you have to do is turn on the news and you’ll see evidence of white privilege. But why is the conversation still the same?