Racial Justice Articles

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Why It’s Not Racist When People of Color Point Out White Supremacy in White People’s Actions

5+ Acts of Resistance That Prove We Don’t Need to Wait for Elections to Make Change

7 Ways Our Favorite Superhero, Fantasy, and Sci-fi Movies Teach Us to Be Racist

Your Dating ‘Preferences’ Might Be Discriminatory

8 Things The History Books Don’t Tell Us About Native People

Dear White America: You Are All Responsible for Trump

8 Signs Your Yoga Practice Is Culturally Appropriated – And Why It Matters

10 Things I Wish My White Teacher Knew

6 Racist and Sexist Things You Should Never Say to a Mixed Race Woman

How Donald Trump’s Election Reveals the Danger of White Male Fragility

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I’m Latino, I Didn’t Speak Spanish, But I Was Still ‘Latino Enough’

How the Digital Age Has Transformed Being Black in the US

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Colorism in the Black Community: Perspectives on Light-Skinned Privilege

Are the Election Primaries Racist?

5 Ways Trump Liberated Us All From the Myth of American Exceptionalism

10 Ways White Liberals Perpetuate Racism

What Are the Odds You’ll Go to Prison?

Why We Can’t Just ‘Chill Out’ About Racism

Why the Hell Are We Jailing So Many People in the US? The Answer Will Infuriate You

7 Things History Class Should’ve Taught Every American About Indigenous History

Why We Need Better Representation of Asian Women (Explained in Terms of Harry Potter!)

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Why White America Demonizes the #BlackLivesMatter Movement — And Why That Must Change

7 Actual Facts That Prove White Privilege Exists in America

5 Things I Learned About Holding A Predominantly White And Cisgender Feminist Space

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Why a Conversation On Race Is a Horrible Goal – And What We Need Instead

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I’m a Muslim Woman of Color – And Here’s Why I Don’t Date White Men

6 Things White People Can Do To Reach Friends and Family Members to End Racism

Yes, Racism Is Still a Problem — Here Are 4 Ways to Fight It Together

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4 Reasons Black People Can Feel Responsible for White Feelings (And Why We’re Not)

Every Day Racism and You (AKA: Would You Date an Asian Man?)