If a black body is murdered by the police in the middle of the night and there’s no one there to hear it, can you even blame the police?
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men about their thoughts on San Francisco 49ers quarterbacks Colin Kaepernick decision to sit down during the national anthem before last Friday’s game against the Green Bay Packers
Once again we’ve demonstrated that some citizens are protected from the consequences of their actions. Why is that exactly?
How the law of large numbers and Bayes theorem can help us think about the concept of white privilege.
In a fair world, the right to offend others comes with the obligation to suffer offense.
Dave Harris explains the connection to dancing and white privilege.
In times like these Bruce Mulkey is compelled to face his biases, his privilege, and his need for forgiveness.
And I’m not ashamed about it.
Examining Gun Control from the Historical Intention of the USA’s Second Amendment of The Constitution
How a 25-year sentence in the heart of Mississippi taught me the truth about institutional racism.
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.