Tag Archive: race

Dear White Moms: Please Stop Apologizing

The moment I’ve been waiting for… Where to begin? Actually, I know exactly where to begin: Friday, May 8, 2020, what would have been Ahmaud Arbery’s 26th birthday. Runners across the country and… Continue reading

The Need to Notice: Race, Representation and Single Stories during TV Pilot Season

As summer comes to an end, we not only prepare for a turn in the weather (hopefully) and a new school year, but also a new batch of TV shows — it’s pilot… Continue reading

The Ubiquity of Microaggressions in ‘News’ Story Headlines: A Call for Awareness

This girl is so badass it’s blowing my mind. Don’t get me wrong. I’m so down with the Huffington Post contributor, Ryan Grenoble, arguing that Li Sa X is ‘breaking stereotypes’ for girls by… Continue reading