The intersection between explaining & turning away

It happens all the time in whether an event occurs or a topic is brought up in conversation. Personally, with these race and privilege questions, I feel pretty confidently in answering them but I'm tired. Not that tired of going to sleep to get some rest but the actual burned out tired. The other side of me … Continue reading The intersection between explaining & turning away

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The Increasing Rift Between “Liberal” & “Conservative”

On campus, I have been called a “liberal” countless times, but I feel those words should not mold a person into a certain grouping based on someone’s actions or beliefs. The increased polarization between the two principal groups has caused disruptions in this country since the “North” and “South” euphemisms were used. These classifications are … Continue reading The Increasing Rift Between “Liberal” & “Conservative”

Everybody want to be Black until it is time to be Black

In walking to class one day, I overheard a group of students listening to the song “Tunnel Vision” by Kodak Black. The song has a great beat, but I do not think people realize the artist is talking about the oppression of marginalized groups and the Prison Industry Complex. This perplexing to me in regards … Continue reading Everybody want to be Black until it is time to be Black