For the more structurally privileged amongst us especially, we really need to stop using our Brownness as a shield to deflect from recognizing our privileges.
In a country with alarming rates of police brutality against Black people, the wrong thing to do can feel like the right thing to do.
Sometimes, the relationship habits that we romanticize or consider to be ‘normal’ can actually be damaging and unhealthy.
Why intersectionality is vital is apparent: it’s a metaphor and frame that acknowledges how prejudice and marginalization both exist and intersect.
Environmental racism has been around since America’s inception as a mixture of disregard, neglect, and careful and intentional planning by people who benefit from it.
Poor people are forced by society to justify our existence. If we fit in with the stereotypes and poverty myths, we’re screwed. If we don’t, we’re also screwed.
LGBTQ+ families of color deserve to exist — no matter how deplorable Trump’s actions are.
We can’t be prepared for every eventuality, but having a self-care plan for social media emergencies is a great first step, and so is being able to ask for help when you need it.
Here is the painful irony of blasé colorism in the tattoo industry: Tattoos were invented by brown and Black people millennia before white supremacy became the dominant global paradigm.
In math, equality signifies that two entities have the same value — it does not communicate that an entity is greater, lesser, weaker, stronger.