Keep Talking About Race

Race has the power to silence us.  Whatever the reason- boredom, distraction, guilt, shame, ignorance, apathy or exhaustion- we stop talking about race.  We change with the news cycle and move on to the next story.  Because the conversation is so sad, so taxing, so difficult.  It hurts too much.  It’s scary.  It will take […]

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What Race Doesn’t Know

“So, what are you?” This is one of the most absurd and honestly, useless questions that I have ever heard asked while in conversation. The person posing the question has looked at you and is unable to determine your “race” based on your physical characteristics and subsequently, your economic class and social worth. In a matter […]

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