Moving to South Africa meant my race was different, but not the realities of racism

By Kim M Reynolds “So, you’re coloured?” I get asked this question on fairly regular basis in Cape... more


During Kamala Harris’ Presidential run, we have to be vigilant about critiques laced with misogynoir

There’s little reason to think Harris won’t be posed with personal questions that will be laced with misogynoir if see becomes the nominee.


A meditation on intergenerational trauma and how we raise Black children

Hardening children is a method to embolden the survivability of children, but at the cost, often, of their humanity.


Colleges sanitizing remnants of white supremacy on their campuses isn’t progress

By Gloria Oladipo My school, Cornell University, has tried very hard to help me forget that it once... more



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