VOLUME 4 NUMBER 21: Clay Rivers on another mass murder of Black people; Glenn Rocess on white supremacy's last hurrah; William Spivey on the intertwined nature of freedom.
I grew weary of whiteness many years ago, but I didn’t expect to grow tired of feminism as I have. How many ways can we—should we—shed our skin?
It’s not one judge who behaves in a racist manner. It’s an entire system that is set up to produce racist results
The reality is that our actions and our intentions don’t matter when the result is the harm inflicted upon another person.
While many of us white folks don’t feel “privileged,” we fail to realize white privilege very rarely has anything to do with money.
When governments fail to condemn racist behaviour, People of Colour are left to face the grotesque and vile results
A debate over the true meaning of “cancel culture” is so unproductive. The term is simply a way of designating us versus them in the white supremacists’ continued efforts to remain in power.
Black people are being slaughtered. For the dead, tomorrow is too late for your activism.
In This Issue: “Humanity on Trial in Minneapolis,” “When White Men Have Bad Days,” and “We're All Racists”
A bad day for white terrorists can get better pretty quickly after they’ve done the inhumane
American's penchant for heaping generous portions of justice and mercy with a side of "benefit of the doubt" for everyone except Black people is well-documented
What you loved was the cruelty. The meanness, the spite, the ability to say whatever you wanted, to hurt anyone you wanted