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.
The media is missing the point in its sympathetic coverage of white male killers, the biggest threat to women, people of color, Muslims, Jews, LGBTQ people … all of us.
Women like Dana Loesch, Ivanka Trump, and Hope Hicks play the role of oppressed woman and white supremacist at once, making them perfect spokespeople for Donald Trump and the NRA.
Don’t be fooled, the defiant ignorance on the right and the left is necessary for the perpetuation of white supremacy and privilege.
The New York Times is just the latest mainstream news outlet to normalize white supremacists when the truth about America’s socio-cultural realities are what we need the most.
Under Trump’s reign, the USA—the "global leader" in human rights—is the only holdout on the UN’s anti-violence initiative protecting women and children. Surprised? You shouldn’t be.
Social media is a haven for hate groups, who use the instantaneous medium to organize and troll. So why do the platforms continue to protect them and not those they abuse?
Papers like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal are conflating bigotry with normalizing words like “firebrand,” often defending this framing as "objective." It's anything but.
Players and coaches are kneeling to protest white supremacy and to exercise First Amendment rights. But is it enough?
Men dominate all the rally photos and media coverage. But behind them stand women whose devotion to the cause is just as fierce—and frightening.