For Republicans, Trump is a golden Get Out of Jail Free card.
By David Andersson Not long ago, Waging Nonviolence published an article entitled, “The roots of revolutionary nonviolence in the United States are in the Black community.” The article covered the process, starting in the 1930’s, of African-Americans who traveled to India to learn about Gandhi’s philosophy on nonviolence — a philosophy that was, of…
“I feel the pain of my heart shredding into pieces because I’m waiting for that phone call to come at midnight.”
“As COVID-19 has swept across the globe, it has killed many more men than women.”
Perhaps the most recognized symbol of white supremacy was the Confederate battle flag.
The struggle for equality continues.
Are racial preferences in dating inherently racist?
When white people start telling me about other people that aren’t racist, my spider-sense goes off, and research usually finds proof that the claims are false.
It’s time to heal.
“Where common memory is lacking, where people do not share in the same past, there can be no real community. Where community is to be formed, common memory must be created.”
The Antiracist White Chick: Episode 6
Millions of Americans feel today what POC have been feeling for a century.
Celebrate the people that matter most to you.
An apology to all the men I never loved.
Martin Luther King jr. Endured a lot of ugly and direct attacks from his enemies during his all too brief life on earth.
How it’s come full circle