For multiracial Americans, having conversations with white relatives about the Black Lives Matter movement and racial injustice is often an uphill battle.
Some suggestions for my fellow well-meaning white ladies.
The deplorables might be more visible, but the majority of white voters don’t think they have a problem with race.
Racism exists because me and every other white person allows it to.
You've gone on and on for hours to tell me that I've hurt your feelings. Well, you know what? It's a privilege to only get your feelings hurt after being called a racist, rather than experiencing racism itself.
Does this not seem like a cross-burning? The resemblance to a KKK cross-burning are telling: the act of brute intimidation
RDA: White people in North America live in an insular racial environment. This environment separates us from most people
For a while now, I've been thinking about how terms like "white privilege," "inclusion" and "unconscious bias" all sound just... too nice. Don't they seem a little on the pleasant side for words used to address a system of racist oppression?
The Black Lives Matter Movement started after the acquittal of George Zimmerman who murdered Trayvon Martin. The Civil Rights