Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism–from Ferguson to Charleston.
Are you a white feminist who doesn't want to talk about racism? This author gets it, because she used to be one, too. The lessons she's learned can give you a whole new outlook on what feminist conversations need to include.
Despite Senator's Objections, There Is Educational Value to Studying Grindr Racism
The Advocate reports that Republican Sen. Stephen Nass of Wisconsin has written a letter to UW-Madison, threatening to cut the university’s funding over the teaching of a 2011 article about racism on the gay hook-up app Grindr. Nass reportedly sent his letter last week after he caught wind that sociology lecturer Jason Nolen assigned Alex Rowlson’s story “Not Just a Preference” to his How Race & Ethnicity Shape American Social Life class. Rowlson’s piece originally appeared in the now-de...
Let’s just say, we are not the biggest fans of the current president of the United States of America. The statements outed on social media (Twitter), don’t even come close to statements made by others. When taking in consideration on how a president should act and behave after acts of racism, one can only make a big salute at the former president and his quote about racism. Read our article: "About Obama's tweets" #BarackObama #Charlottesville #usa #quotes #quote
Fortunately, a world leader – or quite possibly “the” world leader – in Aspergers, Tony Attwood, has referred to the Asperger brain as one that is simply wired differently, not “defective”. I remember reading that, and after connecting it to all of the studies I have read, I wondered why so many people are still stuck thinking…
A Very Revealing Conversation With Rihanna
A Very Revealing Conversation With Rihanna - The New York Times
5 black crime myths: Which ones did you believe?
5 Black Crime Myths: Which Ones Did You Believe? Are your incorrect fears making you unknowingly racist? Check the facts.