Amos ‘n’ Andy may have been television’s first example of a post-racial American society.
"You show them by example not by arguing or crying." Those were my fathers words when I was crying after somebody made a racist comment about Mexicans...
"It’s about loving my blackness and yours while using this as the forum through which we can build community."
No one definition of social justice will suffice to meet the needs of marginalized populations. Social justice is more than just ideas or words.
In identifying so strongly with struggling as a method of progress, it became increasingly uncomfortable to enjoy anything which came easily.
Rachel Dolezal isn't transracial; she is an appropriator of blackness. By embracing black culture, she has educated her community. But what is her identity?
Once upon a time, I lived in Colombia. I noticed that I was the only black guy who wasn’t a construction worker, security guard, mule driver, or servant.