… but here’s one that might be worth reading. Katharine Coldiron, who grew up in a white Southern family, shares what the National Memorial for Peace and Justice means to her.
In light of President Trump’s latest racist remarks, Jacob Meeks implores President Trump to stop talking, especially as Meeks prepares for his latest humanitarian trip to Nigeria.
Amoja Sumler examines Black Capitalism and how no amount of Black entrepreneurship or ownership can overcome the economic disparity.
Over the past 18 months, I’ve been inundated with 1,600 requests to perform in Miss Saigon. Yet still, as an Australian of Vietnamese descent, if you consider the industry whitewashed, I call it a tsunami.
We, the anxious Millennials, are derided for being delusional, self-centered, and medicated. We, however, see this as an adequate avenue of tolerating the world being left to us.
In the general consciousness, the lessons of Martin Luther King seem to have been forgotten; especially today, as the U.S. faces a similar divide to that which he sought to bridge.
The story of James Harris Jackson, a white man who wanted to hunt black men, highlights that the promotion of crime in America is still horribly biased.
Friday. What happened while you were asleep? Air China went full racist, Ryan Lochte was slapped with an inhuman ban, and a British woman grew a beard for awareness.
John S. Blake examines recent controversy surrounding Glen Allen High School in Virginia and a factual video that is being disputed by Mark Holmberg who argues that racial inequity is behind us.
In response to recent events (e.g., Mizzou, Kenya, Beirut, Paris), John S. Blake reminds us that all of humanity is one collective body.