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“Well it’s a stereotype because it’s true!” Ever heard this phrase, or said it yourself? Franchesca Ramsey’s revealing how stereotypes really work in your brain – and how you might be falling for unfair biases.
If you’ve had a white person interrupt you to explain how racism works, you may have been whitesplained. But you’ve never witnessed whitesplaining like this – here’s Franchesca Ramsey’s hilarious take.
Ever heard or thought that a victim of police brutality should’ve just done something differently? Here’s why this victim-blaming is ridiculous – and why we need to start holding police accountable instead.
“When cell phone commercials get too real.” How can we protect ourselves when police officers’ biases so often lead to brutality against people of color? Franchesca “Chescaleigh” Ramsey’s got one idea, with a dash of humor to confront this issue head on.