These were two stories that really should not have been anything special requiring some sort of inordinate acknowledgment.
I have some of the most intelligent and insightful listeners and followers both on social media and throughout. I get tons of unsolicited emails that tell me there are so many of us on the necessary path to making a difference. This message on privilege is profound. Anyone who listens to my Politics Done Right […]
I said the Jussie Smollett name for the first time on my show today. I used his infamy as a call to unite. The goal was to demonstrate a level of privilege afforded few.
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.
Kyla Jenee Lacey gives a compelling interpretation of the meaning of white privilege that some may find difficult to listen to but one that is necessary.
The only way to build a new America, a new culture, a new world, is to design a “sofa” on which all can sit and not one where we sit on many.
The Rio 2016 Olympics illustrates how much further we must go to address sexism and privilege. The problem is the media is a major culprit.
I love the way this woman tells her immediately discernible encounter with white privilege in a calm thoughtful manner.
He did not succumb to group think on Rachel Dolezal I got up this morning reading through my emails. Melissa Harris-Perry was torn to pieces on Black Twitter for having the unmitigated gall to entertain the possibility that Rachel Dolezal was black albeit not necessarily with the genes that provide any substantial melanin. I wrote […]
This is the encapsulation of class and white privilege in our society today where who you are determine if you are at risk when encountering the police.