Your Heritage Is Drenched In Hate

These last three weeks have seen the return of the debate surrounding the Confederate flag. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, the latest public discussions about the Stars and Bars stem from photos of terrorist white supremacist Dylann Roof surfacing of him holding the flag in one hand and a pistol in another (because, ‘Murica). The discovery of this and […]

‘Bama Greeks Can Be As Racist As They Wanna Be

Instead of living up to the historic precedent set during the Civil Rights Movement, the University of Alabama’s student government decided to turn their noses up at the blood, sweat and tears shed by those fighting to for racial equality. The institution’s Student Senate put forth a resolution that would support racial integration of the […]

Where’s the public policy push for black, Latina girls?

An article shared this afternoon on my Twitter feed caught my interest. Dani McClain asks why there’s such an intense focus on black and Latino boys and men when black and Latina women and girls suffer just as much from the economic, political and societal discrepancies embedded in a culture that touts whiteness as the norm. Some […]

Racism, misogyny hound Cécile Kyenge, Italy’s first black minister

Racism, seeped in a form of nationalism many citizens find easy to get swept up into, in Italy and other European countries is nothing new. We’ve seen it on display, from rising anti-immigrant sentiments to football fans shouting racial slurs at persons of color playing on various teams. But, the racism being hurled at Congolese-born […]

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