As I see you… I simply see you. I acknowledge you. Ultimately, the simplicity of that basic human interaction is integral to the change you have been chosen to ignite. I, a blue-eyed white woman living 1,000 miles away from Ferguson Missouri, see you, a young black teenage boy. I see you.
January is a time for looking back at the prior year, our wins and losses. Favorite Episodes is a way for me to look back at what I’ve written in 2015 that was well received by my readers while diving into my blog stats and editorial calendar. Over the next few weeks, I will be posting little or no new original content. Instead I am reblogging some of my most popular posts from 2015 and developing a Favorite Episodes Season Three page in the process.
We need to talk. Continue reading “Favorite Episodes: Dear America, We Need To Talk”
White privilege; does it or doesn’t it exist?
If you were to ask the average black American whether white privilege exists they would respond with a resounding “hell yes”. If you ask the average white American if white privilege exists they would look bewildered and loudly reply “hell no”. Continue reading “White Privilege – Real or Not?”
We need to talk.
We need to talk about #Race and #Racism in America. My Twitter feed is on fire over #RoxburyShooting. Please do not turn the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston into another #Ferguson. I see so many tweets that are attempting to do just that on both sides of the battle. Continue reading “Dear America, We Need To Talk”
Blogging 101: Dream Reader Today’s Assignment: publish a post for your dream reader, and include a new-to-you element in it. Time … Continue reading Blogging 101: Dream Reader
After posting ‘A Nation of Trayvons’, I had several lengthy discussions with one of my best friends about racism, how … Continue reading the n-word
Since first viewing Javon Johnson’s“’cuz he’s black” on You Tube, I can’t stop watching it. It is a must watch … Continue reading ‘cuz he’s black – you need to watch this, please