Kristin Davis Opened Up About The "Horrifying" Racism Her Children Experience — And What It's Taught Her About White Privilege
"It was a very harsh moment of understanding. I don’t know how every person of colour has gotten through this. I don’t understand how you could take this every day."
NBA's Kyle Korver Wrote A Personal Essay About White Privilege, White Guilt, And White Responsibility, And Every White Person Should Read It, TBQH
"How can I — as a white man, part of this systemic problem — become part of the solution when it comes to racism in my workplace? In my community? In this country?"
"Every single person in jail right now for smoking pot should be released yesterday."
Anne Hathaway Called Out White Privilege In A Thoughtful Post About The Murder Of Teenager Nia Wilson
"White people DO NOT have equivalence for this fear of violence."
The ability to stop talking about injustice might be the greatest white privilege of all.
"To not see black or Latina women as famous in my industry is crazy!"
"People laughed- oh look at that harmless, ~ silly white girl ~ with a giant sword!!"
Slideshows are the best way to express anger.
And now she's being asked to speak at other schools.
A deep dive into racial dynamics and privilege through the perspective of the most persecuted condiment in modern society – mayonnaise.
White Girl is ostensibly the story of a college girl who moves to Queens for the cheap rent, hooks up with a Puerto Rican drug dealer, and ruins his life, interspersed with graphic sex and indiscriminate drug use. But it’s actually a trenchant critique of the privilege afforded young, beautiful, white women, and the wreckage they can leave behind.
Writers and activists gathered at The New Yorker Festival to talk about systemic racism, police violence, and the changes that are coming.
"I'm selling my antidepressants!"
That's one for each day of the month.
The hashtag was trending on Twitter Wednesday and Thursday after a grand jury cleared the officer who killed Eric Garner.
Coming to theaters this fall, an uplifting and inspiring film about how people of color need a white person to teach them how to walk and chew bubble gum at the same time.
After death threats and hate mail forced her on a hiatus from the internet, the artist behind the white privilege comic talks about her anxiety and keeping it together.
Artist Jamie Kapp took to Tumblr with a succinct explanation of this complex issue.