A white adoptive Christian mother of two African sisters claims not to see race. So why is she so quick to call Black people “racist” for offering helpful parenting advice?
The viral video depicting an exasperated churchgoing kindergartner Naszir Ferrel bravely speaks for so many of us, when we’re not supposed to speak out against the sacred space at all.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is now requiring doctors to reveal the dangers of hitting their kids. But how will a largely white profession break through Black families’ skepticism of their scientific scholarship?
More than a half-century after the murder of Emmett Till and we still live in a world where Black boys can be criminalized, even killed, by the words of white women like "Cornerstore Caroline."
They’re terrified of being replaced. So the Kavanaughs, McConnells, Grahams, and Trumps will stop at nothing to grasp onto their fading power. Even if it means blubbering about rape and beer.
With policing and paddling showing no signs of subsiding, the classroom is a space for destruction, not education, for students of color.
She might be spilling the tea now with her new tell-all book, but the opportunistic former White House aide has knowingly colluded with white supremacists. Why do we have her back?
There’s a long history of white women harassing Black people and getting cops to arrest them. The only danger they feel is of losing their place within the white patriarchy.
Migrant children, like Black foster children before them, are being medicated without consent. It's all part of a divisive strategy to stoke racial tension and strengthen white supremacy.
White people have proven they already understand racism. So what can Black people do for self-protection?