Bresha’s story reminds us that justice is a civil liberty afforded to the (white) men and women with the means to demand and expect it
I'm tired of couching my humanity in the value I provide to others
They should be ashamed of themselves. But they won't be. Because they're the Knicks.
Chrisette needs to take her L in peace, take $5 out of that quarter mil check, and console herself with a Popeyes chicken box.
In what world does someone else attempting a step in becoming healthier and more active cause you distress?
The rest of the world is being exposed to what we’ve known for a century. White Feminism rests on the laurels of White Supremacy.
As much as we like to tell ourselves that our understanding of consent and rape culture has evolved, we still haven’t done nearly enough to address either
Hopefully God aint finished with me
The details of the rape allegations against Derrick Rose are just too difficult to stomach.
Get your hands out my pockets and off my Skittles!
It shouldn’t be expected of Leslie Jones (or any other Black woman) to just persevere and rise above bullying and hate
At the core of these conversations is a person’s pain and trauma, and that can’t be erased from any dialogue on the topic
Anti-Blackness is everywhere, even in the home of the Age of Enlightenment; and it would behoove us to step away from viewing White supremacy as a uniquely American problem
If it was Jenji Kohan's objective to distance Black consumers from her show, she succeeded here