Tag Archive: white privilege

When you’re not sure how to enter the conversation (or if you should even be a part of it)…SPOILER ALERT: YOU SHOULD

In the aftermath of a series of jarring events–the deaths of Terrence Crutcher and Keith Lamont Scott, violence, protests–throughout the last few weeks, I know that so many people are hurting; are tired, angry, heartbroken.… Continue reading

Who Sees, Who Writes, Who Tells What Stories?

What if ‘Hamilton: The Musical’ is a satirical sociopolitical commentary on the ways in which we tend to remember and retell American history?

What Comes Next? Notes from An Ally, in Process…

This was not an easy piece to write. The following is not easy to share. But out of respect for the folks in my circles (the people in my life who blur lines between scholar/colleague/friend/family), for the larger populations and greater goods that I am committed to, and for myself, I’m here to share my truths with criticality and humility.