On Wednesday, October 28th, 2015, the White House Initiative for Educational Excellence for African Americans hosted a summit at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA. The event brought students, […]
Any mildly intelligent person knows that shutting down a freeway won’t dismantle institutionalized racism, but we do it anyway because it symbolizes the shut down of a system—it symbolizes the revolution.
After watching the video of John Crawford’s execution yesterday, I couldn’t even bring myself to cry. I’ve become so accustomed to hearing about the unjustified murders of my people that […]
I don’t know how to say this properly so I won’t even try: I’m done with the #USChangeMovement. No one did anything wrong and there is nothing wrong with me. […]
Tim Wise recently visited the University of Southern California as part of his “White Like Me” lecture series. Amid the #USChangeMovement, a student-led movement to end racial profiling on and […]
In case you haven’t seen enough appalling news about the wrongful arrests and murders of unarmed Black men, this is Brandon’s story: On the evening of Monday, August 5, 2013 […]
For months it’s been clear that Trayvon Martin, not Zimmerman, would be put on trial for second-degree murder. For those who do not understand how that is possible, let me […]