A Curriculum to Help White Americans Educate Themselves on Race and Racism — From Ferguson to Charleston
The movement for racial justice needs more White Americans to get involved.
The coming years promise to be full of some serious battles. I have compiled valuable resources to help us get battle-ready.
Latest Writing & Resources
There are solutions to the persistent and egregious racial disparities in public education. Here’s one we need to fight for, one that benefits both marginalized and privileged students.
The walls of White denial regarding institutional racism are formidable. Here are talking points to help break them down.
Dear well-intentioned White America: your hatred of racism may not be helping; in fact, it could be hurting. I unravel the paradox in this article.
I have been working hard to expand ethnic studies in our schools, but we also need gender studies. Here are eight reasons why.
Much has been written about White Privilege–so much that I was hesitant to add yet another article on the topic. But current events made a compelling case to revisit it, which I tried to do through my latest Everyday Feminism article.
It’s finally here: the story of the Seattle Race Curriculum Controversy in print (at least 1700 words of it, anyway).
My recently published article, “Looking for Proof of Male Privilege in Your Daily Life? Here Are 7 Undeniable Examples,” quickly took off, becoming the most-read Everyday Feminism article–with nearly 195,000 page views–during the first week of May. But this post is less of a report on the article’s success and more of an offer.
In December of 2012, one set of White parents demanded a colorblind approach to race for a race curriculum I had been teaching since 2002. My latest Everyday Feminism article explains why I could not give in to their demands.