All posts tagged "racism"

  • Excessive Force

    When civil disorder followed the fatal shooting of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri on August 9, it was fueled...

  • Crossing Color Lines

    It feels weird how often I still find myself having to come out in little moments of my daily life — a random conversation with...

  • Everyday Racism

    Since Saturday, when George Zimmerman was found ''not guilty'' of murder or manslaughter for killing Trayvon Martin, there has been outrage from the African-American community....

  • Super Bowl Swine and Moving the Ball

    As usual, the Super Bowl passed me by this year. As much as I don't want to be the gay cliché, I am. World Series?...

  • Hateful Times

    I dearly want to write a horrible and mean and nasty column about the race-baiting journalistic train wreck of Tucker Carlson, but it's been done...

  • Privilege Matters

    That I've had a lot of experience of casual racism doesn't come as much of a surprise given my rural Southern background. I grew up...

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