People weren't smiling over this ad.
Only eight short years ago, the United States elected its first Black president, and lo, the end of racism was heralded across the land.
But we are all programmed with unconscious biases, learned from cultural cues and societal signaling. Black and White alike
We need to accept that we are all biased by our own experience.
We should be nurturing our youngest members of society, not harshly punishing them.
Fact-Checking Is Largely Irrelevant Because Deceit Is Not What’s Causing Moral Outrage, Clinton’s Gender Is
If truthfulness mattered, this election would be over today.
Unfortunately, we also know that shooting unarmed people of colour who have done nothing wrong is common. And that it neither ends your career nor sends you to jail. This is the problem that we need to address.
What we believe about a person -- or a group of people -- translates into how we act toward them. That translation of beliefs into actions is pervasive in our society and it is dangerous.
Dear fellow white people, let's have an honest talk about why we say "All Lives Matter." First of all, notice that no one was saying "All Lives Matter" before people started saying "Black Lives Matter." Apparently, something about the statement "Black Lives Matter" makes us uncomfortable. Why is that?