According to the Government Accountability Office, in the school year 2018–19, one in four students experienced bullying related to their race, national origin, religion, disability, gender, or sexual orientation.
What is diversity? This is a question that I have seen answered in two different ways, depending on who is asked.
The answer should be none, but it’s not. The question is when do we draw the line and say no more.
OHF WEEKLY, VOL. 5 NO. 25: Editor’s Letter, “Farewell Affirmative Action?” and a quote by Ta-Nehisi Coates.
While the SCOTUS beat Sandra Day O’Connor’s timetable by five years, we have clearly not gotten past racism ... any glance at the headlines over the past fifteen or more years reveals the ways America is still mired in racism.
When Black folks say “No” to back door substitutes, double-dealings, and anything less than parity, we are saying, “This is not equality; it is unacceptable, and nothing less will do.”
OHF WEEKLY, VOL. 5 NO. 22: Editor’s Letter, “Racism Is a Pandemic,” Our Human Family’s linktree, “OHF + Mastodon,” and a quote by Alice Walker.
The answer is not always black and white.
OHF WEEKLY, VOL 4 NO 30: Sherry Kappel on the people behind the headlines and hashtags; Jesse Wilson on the elusiveness of racial equality; and William Spivey on the difficulty in acknowledging systemic racism.
To deny that Black people receive a different brand of justice than white people is engaging in intellectual dishonesty and a feeble attempt at moral naiveté
Laws are merely a comfortable curtain around what we think and how we behave.
Do you view police as Officer Friendlies or a source of brutality? Your answer is colored by the skin you're in