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.
Women of color like Therese Patricia Okoumou have been at the frontline of activism for centuries. But portraying them as super-human diminishes the very real struggles they face daily.
The criminal justice system continues to allow police to murder people of color and fails to compensate families for their immense loss. It is now up to us to save ourselves.
White people have proven they already understand racism. So what can Black people do for self-protection?
Motherhood is full of joy and heartbreak. But for a Black mother in America, it also means fiercely protecting her child by fending off an unrelenting onslaught of racism and ignorance.
Recent reports from child-welfare workers reveal that the white adoptive parents of six abused Black children was a perfect storm of narcissism and twisted racial fantasy.
White adoptive mothers of Black children reckon with the horrific Hart family tragedy, white supremacy, and white saviorism.
While the spotlight shines on the white leaders of March For Our Lives, a shadow is cast on Black Lives Matter, sending the message on whose bodies matter most.
It's been 50 years since the government published the Kerner Report, its first official investigation into systemic racism, and we're worse off now than we've ever been.
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