VOLUME 4 NUMBER 19: Clay Rivers on how power determines America’s narrative, who tells it, and more; Erik Deckers on the irritating and derailing nature of “#NotAllWhitePeople”; and Jesse Wilson on the indignities People of Color suffer due to their skin color
Erik Deckers is a professional writer and co-author of four social media books. He published his first humor novel, Mackinac Island Nation, in 2019 and has been a newspaper humor columnist since 1994.
The Erik Deckers Issue: On resistance to change, the value in expanding one’s views, and the roles of learning and curiosity in life
The right way for white people to pay homage in Black spaces
As a fellow white person, let me extend congratulations for not using racial epithets
What you loved was the cruelty. The meanness, the spite, the ability to say whatever you wanted, to hurt anyone you wanted
Immigration, marriage equality, People of Color, and women stepping into positions of power and prominence is freaking middle-aged conservative white men out.