Category: white supremacy

September 6, 2019 Darryl Lorenzo Wellington

A NIGHTMARE OF RACIAL ANIMOSITY OVERTAKING AMERICA

A bad dream is a bad experience. But a truly terrible experience occurs when a bad dream feels like a premonition. Judging by media stories, online commentary and conversations with […]

In memory of Toni Morrison

Darryl Lorenzo Wellington

The first book that I read by Toni Morrison was her artfully bejeweled 1970 novel, The Bluest Eye. I was in the upper grades in high school, maybe 16 or […]

“When They See Us” Through the Eyes of a 13-year-old Girl

Sharisse Tracey

“I don’t want to watch this, Mommy, it is making me mad and I already know how it will end,” said my recently turned 13 year-old daughter with folded arms. […]

It’s time to talk about reparations

Darryl Lorenzo Wellington

The idea of reparations are back in the news with the 2020 Democratic candidates, raising the issue of offering some form of payment to black Americans for the horrors inflicted […]

White rage: What is it leading to and where will it end?

Darryl Lorenzo Wellington

Ever since the 2016 presidential election, there have been countless articles, theories, and commentators dissecting it. A level of white dissatisfaction, and, yes, even white rage, played a role in […]

The Attack on a Muslim Mosque Mirrors Other Hate Crimes

Darryl Lorenzo Wellington

I’ve been pretty wrecked most of March as I read about the mass shooting in New Zealand.    The man arrested for carrying out the mosque attacks in what has […]

Coming to Terms with Privilege in the Face of White Supremacy

Elizabeth Poulos

In the wake of Unite the Right II, I have been surprised by the reactions of some media pundits who feign surprised reactions by white nationalists taking to the streets […]

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