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.
When it comes to the work of antiracism, many ask themselves, “How much is enough? What are the quantitative means by which I can track my progress? Is there a finish line as an antiracist?” This article addresses these questions
As a fellow white person, let me extend congratulations for not using racial epithets
Black people are being slaughtered. For the dead, tomorrow is too late for your activism.
Guess who got a brand new web presence for their second anniversary! And we're celebrating with articles by William Spivey and Glenn Rocess! Come check it out and get your cake and champagne—WOOT!
The first thing to know about being an ally is this: You will get it wrong. More than once. More than twice. When you do
A thank you to all the Black men I’ve never known. Fortunately, the age of chivalry isn’t completely dead
Only when we white people can get to the place where we value Black lives equally as we do the lives of others can we say that Black lives matter
Our Human Family's new book "Fieldnotes on Allyship: Achieving Equality Together" is an informal and informative guide to becoming an effective ally and covers
For white American Christians, racism is an extraordinarily stubborn sin, resistant to being identified, named as wrong, being called out as wrong, and being expunged from the life of the holy believer.
It’s been a helluva week or two in America (not that most of them aren’t, these days). Just as I was getting my wits together enough to write about Ahmaud Arbery’s murder, we learned about Breonna Taylor getting shot to death.