What makes some folks think it’s acceptable to treat Black people with contempt ranging from the veiled to the brazenly naked? And why do other folks treat us as the peers we are? You know, with genuine conviviality and all? After living in Black skin every day for well...
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 34: Clay Rivers on best practices for talking about race; Stephen Matlock on how actions not intentions matter when harm is inflicted on BIPOC; Kim McCaul on the difficulty white people have in seeing their racism, and announcing Lecia Michelle’s new book The White Allies Handbook.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 32: The ugly side of “allyship”; remembering Nichelle Nichols, Bill Russell, James Baldwin, and a quote by Toni Morrison.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 28: Stephen Matlock on making allyship a reality; Sherry Kappel on supporting Black People through thick and thin; and Madison Pattin on helping white people discuss racism with family and friends.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 24: Stephen Matlock presents a path to peace and safety to all; Clay Rivers tells why “LGBTQ Christian” is not a contradiction in terms; and the OHF Weekly Editors announce a sweeping redesign.
VOLUME 4 NUMBER 5: Michael Greiner’s “OHF Family Tree” Interview on racial equity advocacy, “Justice Should Never Be Black or White” by Clay Rivers.
In an industry that empowered only white men, Betty White stood up for racial equity
A word about the new series on OHF Weekly writers and editors and our shared roots of racial equity, allyship, and inclusion
My personal quest to be inclusive, have diverse friends, create space for differences within my life, and instill in my own family the value of acceptance became my mantra and professional focus
The reality is that our actions and our intentions don’t matter when the result is the harm inflicted upon another person.
There are two reasons some folks can’t grasp the concepts of white privilege and systemic racism
It’s no one’s duty to “change” a racist’s mind, but we can choose to positively impact their life.