Conversations need to be had about white fragility. People of color should not be forced to explain what white people have done wrong.
The burning of Notre Dame Cathedral was tragic, but people in the United States who focus on it while ignoring the burning of historic black churches are deeply hypocritical.
The conservative propaganda in “Dragged Across Conrete” turns into a satire of police violence that hides behind a well-made action film.
Despite Claremont McKenna touting itself as one of the “happiest colleges,” the reality for many students, especially marginalized students, is anything but happy.
The sociological definition that racism is prejudice plus power is immoral and dishonest. Though it’s amusing how non-white people attempt to absolve themselves of their racism on account of their nonexistent institutional power, they are, in effect, racists.
Reality television is terrible. Yet, the worse the show is, somehow the more fun it is to watch. “Marriage Boot Camp” isn’t one of those shows.
There’s a cartoon version of you on your phone screen. It smiles, says hello, and invites your friend to a party. It’s cute, and
Science textbooks — bereft of diversity and gender neutrality — use androcentric facts and figures that restrict physicians from understanding how to accurately diagnose
Scripps College is currently investigating two separate incidents of vandalism — one that seems to be anti-Semitic and one which involved racist language
Comfort in a space is a privilege. Like many forms of privilege, it is left unobserved and overlooked by those who have it.