“2018, and still relevant.” a month of race The month of August will be on the topic of race relations in America. In the recent years we have seen a … Continue reading COLORISM: RACE RELATIONS
“I feel this way and don’t even know why.” Walking up the street, a White woman grabs her purse as I walk by; I instantly go into a space. A … Continue reading THE SENSITIVITY THAT IS US: WHERE DOES THE FEELING OF AN ALLEGED RACIAL INTERACTION COME FROM
“I commend those who can do so.” Living in New York City, you become accustomed to seeing interracial relationships. But me myself, I have never been in one. Not because … Continue reading COLORBLIND OPTIONS: WHY IT’S HARD FOR ME TO DATE INTERRACIALLY
“It exist, but to what degree?” Growing up in the Midwestern state of Wisconsin, I never really thought about race. And when I say race, I’m not referring to the … Continue reading RACIALLY CONSCIOUS: HOW BEING IMPARTIAL IN A DIVIDED NATION CAN BE TOUGH
“When the machine breaks down, we all break down.” The United States of America has always had to deal with an insurmountable level of racial tension. But now more than … Continue reading ETHNIC CONSCIOUSNESS: WHY HAS THERE BEEN A RISE IN RACIAL NATIONALISM IN AMERICA
“We change the language, but not the condition.” – George Carlin Diversity, diversity, diversity!! That’s all we hear into today’s society. We must be impartial and open to different ethnic … Continue reading CHANGE THE LANGUAGE, BUT NOT THE CONDITION: HOW AMERICA PUTS YOU BACK INTO SITUATIONS
“What if history was switch around.” Let’s say instead of the Transatlantic Slave Trade in Africa, it took place in Europe. What if Africans invaded Portugal, Spain, Italy, Sicily? What … Continue reading REVERSE HISTORY: WHAT IF WHITE PEOPLE WERE SLAVES
“Where did they come from?” The above photo which shows guns lying out on a table are not in preparation for a gun show. This is not a manufacturing plant … Continue reading LOCKED and LOADED
“Is love really color blind?” I myself have never been in an interracial relationship, but I see the struggle. To say that people have an uphill battle when living their … Continue reading Interracial Dating: Does It Matter?
“Will it ever end?” It has ben a little over 5o years since the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and 48 years since the Civil Rights Act of 1968. And … Continue reading BLUE CODE, BLACK CODE
“White Privilege is a real fallacy.” What is the held definition for what White Privilege means? The meaning for this is the privilege afforded to one group of people that is … Continue reading Social Illusions
Recently in the news, the topic of race and racism has popped it’s head once again. Let’s first be clear, Race is the classification of a species with similar physical … Continue reading What’s Black and White?