How could our justice system be color blind or unbiased when the building blocks of society are its raw materials, judges, lawyers, witnesses, jurors.
Racism and prejudice have made me much stronger with an armor of steel. But for too many, it stunts their growth. It cripples their possibilities.
Racism persists in America for complex and varied reasons. Indifference is one of them. I have a moral compass, but it was safer for me to ignore it.
Over the years I’ve learned to compartmentalize everything including racists. In doing so it has allowed me to deal with it objectively without emotions.
Ohio fireman’s statement about rescuing a dog before a black man using the N-word shows illustrated why some distrust our public servants.
It will take White Progressives to neutralize what Donald Trump and his white supremacist ilk have unleashed on this country.
This MSNBC report is a reason there are racial biases against people of color. The subliminal nature of the opioid epidemic story is even more disturbing.
Late last night an FB post brought tears to my eyes. You see, it was my younger cousin with much younger kids going through the same modus operandi again.
We discussed the good that can come out of Trump opening racial wounds. A caller, a black man, had a great human story that dispels stereotypes.
Racism is an ingrained problem that was taught. From childhood, we are presented with subjective standards. Trump is but America’s exaggerated alter ego.