The following content is based on an Everyday Feminism article and will be the focus of a coming workshop on MLK Day. For workshop details, click here or scroll to the end of the article. This post is part of the Roads to Racial Justice series. I’m very White, which...
An Everyday Feminism article by Jon Greenberg Growing up and now living in a predominately White city, I’ve known and worked with countless White Americans. I have yet to meet one White American who has given or received “The Talk.” You know, the one that primarily...
Nothing upsets White Americans like calling them a “racist.” It can spark outright indignation, extreme defensiveness, a faucet of tears, and a host of emotions that dwell in our primal selves. Why do White Americans fear the word so much? Over the past 15 years of...
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