VOLUME 4 NUMBER 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
Let’s objectively examine Critical Race Theory and reasons why traditional conservatives should heartily support it
There’s something in the grammar of how the concept of white privilege is introduced and discussed that virtually guarantees the actual meaning of the term will be misunderstood
To ask “what was here before whiteness” is to open the more dangerous question: what had to be eliminated, for this way of organizing reality to appear natural.