In the end I just chalked it up to Wypipo and their incessant need to eavesdrop on Black folk and our business.
“Do you feel offended when someone asks if you are Black or associates you with Blackness?”
And at last night’s BET Awards, Eminem took to the freestyle stage for 5 minutes and allowed me, if only momentarily, to lean back in my chair, put my feet up and sip some tea.
White supremacy is rooted in a historical narrative of fear of Black rebellion. Bacon’s Rebellion (1676), the 3/5ths Compromise (1787), …
Welcome to the second half of our 1st episode of: Moving the Culture Podcast with your hosts, Khalilah, Erin and Vincent. In this episode of Let the Kids Live, we discuss what we’re reading: Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi and we discuss how Gucci Mane has escaped the TRAP by sobering all the way […]
What would I do, if I was still in the classroom?
I would have Current Events Mondays….
This is painful to admit.
And when I’m working with other White folks, I usually find this to be one of the first hurdles; the “but not me…” intellectual rejection of the fact that white supremacy loves us and we will always have a home in its arms.
What do anti-racist white folks do with this acceptance?
What do we do when we recognize and acknowledge that these are our people?