The “war” stops here
“My blood leaks a white spill, /mingles with my toothpaste bordering at the drain. /I’ll lose a white tooth in there /one day: too many brown beverages: coffee, /tea, acids and bases that claw without /racial preference at my pink gums.”
Frank Blaney discusses that sometimes we “Got to Go Back” to move forward.
Is there such a thing as a powerless white person?
One man’s profound reflection on the poisoned ‘gift’ of whiteness.
No one notices the janitor sweeping up the glass, no one ever notices anyone doing the real work.
You have a right to sit down. You do not have a right to MY seat.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of African American men on the status of being white.
Why do Blacks often leave tech companies once they break the glass ceiling? How about “it’s raining glass…
Ryan Williams-Virden explains how denying the truth about whiteness is standing in the way of progress against racism.
What is the experience of white students when racial issues are being taught in classrooms? Are we missing engaging an essential part of diversity?
‘White fragility’ is a defensive response to real conversations about race.
Damian Davidson sits down and takes a good, honest look at himself. And he wants you to do the same.
This comment was by Joel Ferris on G+, about the post “When Is It Ok to Call Someone Black?”
Rather than defend against the charge, Justin Cascio attempts to define and possess his Whiteness.