whiteness

Here's an age-by-age guide for white parents to addressing racism and privilege with their children.
Amy Cooper lost her dog and possibly her job. Christian Cooper, the Black man she called the cops on, could have lost his life.
"Feeling like you’re the 'other' and trapped between two worlds is something countless Iranian Americans and Middle Easterners have experienced."
In 'Ozark,' as in 'Breaking Bad' and 'Weeds,' the drama, comedy and surprise depend on the families being white.
He shopped at Anthropologie and went to a boozy brunch. 😂
In the world according to Trump and his devotees, it's been a long six decades. The era of the racially impermissible is
These are the questions I believe God is asking of the white church. Do we care more about our privilege than the lives of our brothers and sisters? Do we worry more about offending our congregations than moving into a just society? Do we not have ears to hear and eyes to see?
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?
As a self-proclaimed "woke" white dude, it's sometimes difficult to know how to participate in conversations about race that matter deeply to me. The last thing I want to do is suck up oxygen from the voices that need to be heard.
If we don’t see race, we can’t see racism.