Race is a complex topic even between one family. Watch this Brazilian family as they try to navigate through their differences. Sourced from YouTube Continue reading
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6 Ways Well-Intentioned People Whitesplain Racism (And Why They Need to Stop)
This article originally appeared in Every Day Feminism and you should check it out to get a great breakdown of why this practice needs to stop. Here’s a quick summary in the meantime. If you don’t believe whitesplaining is wrong, then you’re missing how the motivation behind whitesplaining is influenced by white supremacy. So let’s … Continue reading
Confessions of a D Girl : Chika Okoro
In a world where light skin, light eyes and long “real” hair are sought after features, Chika Okoro tells us how she copes, and what we can do to unlearn this deep rooted, destructive mindset. Okoro is a second year MBA student at Stanford. Passionate about race and gender equality, she is excited to raise … Continue reading
Black Hair Is A Political Statement?
We found this interesting and Chimamanda explains: Video source Channel 4 News Continue reading
My Fairytale Heritage: Indian Chiefs and Civil Rights Leaders
This story begins with six brothers and sisters in a horse carriage and another village, with seven siblings on a farm. In the carriage, one special daughter carries the magic of the next generation. On the farm, one special son brings the power of the next generation. The daughter, with the royal skin of her … Continue reading
The dark side of Tennis: Serena Williams
Tennis has had its fair share of racist attacks in the past, however, the recent ending of the boycott of of Indian wells Tennis tournament by number one female tennis star- Serena Williams seem to have created a new impression about racism against people of color. Serena has decided to end her 14-year boycott … Continue reading
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