I feel fortunate to work at a publication that reports the truth, supports its staff, and amplifies marginalized voices.
Nearly three weeks after the shooting massacre at a Texas elementary school, we still have way more questions than answers, and law enforcement is not helping with any of it.
Welcome to Judging the News, where DAME's senior editor, Monique Judge, will dissect the headlines, call out the b.s. and point you in the direction of truth.
The entire concept of professionalism is mostly used to police the behavior and appearance of Black people in the workplace.
With the amount of daily microaggressions we deal with alone, navigating life as a Black person in the U.S. is like navigating a minefield.
Since this country’s founding, white people have taken the law—that they created—into their own hands to terrorize and brutalize Black people.
We never seem to be able to get through Black History Month without some white person somewhere showing out. This needs to stop.
Saving the American experiment is possible. But we’re so worn down by everything that it feels unattainable.