GUEST POST BY: KATE HARVESTON We like to think we’re living in a post-racial society, until events like the recent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville hit the news. It reminds us how much hate is still in the world. There are so many stories in the news about the negativity that
Guest Post by Xennial-in-Chief Breathe. This is for your own good. James Damore said, “I do not support the alt-right.” He said this in response to the revelation that alt-right groups supported him after his firing from Google for writing and posting a 10-page memo on the company’s discussion board. In
We need to intelligently prepare ourselves by knowing our rights and restrictions as counter-protesters. The behavior of others is not under your control, but these tips will help you be as safe as you can be at a volatile protest
The police presence, the alt-right group putting it on, and all the counter-protests planned
This is par for the course. For Black folks, America has always been a hazardous navigation with racist cops and water-cannons, bigoted institutions and poor legal representation. For most of our history you couldn’t even play on the course if you were “colored” (pretty sure we still have plenty of “country clubs” like that ). Today, the tee is still set about a hundred yards back with more than sandtraps lying in wait.