If you’re not careful…

“If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.” ~ Malcolm X This is accurate for all forms of media. Think critically.Value human rights.Live your values. #malcolmx #malcolmxquotes #elhajjmalikelshabazz #humanrights #blacklivesmatter #blm #oppression #endwhitesupremacy #endracism #endracismnow #2020 #change #equality … Continue reading If you’re not careful…

Nonviolence365 Training

• @thekingcenter ‪Register NOW! Our August #Nonviolence365 Virtual Experience starts TODAY, 6pm EST, with ‘#Nonviolence in Action,’ co-facilitated by King Center CEO @berniceaking. REGISTER for the 1st session or for the entire series and apply for #scholarships via the link in our bio/profile. Find Tickets Here I am beyond grateful that my scholarship application was … Continue reading Nonviolence365 Training

Help Shaun King Get To Be The #1 Book in North America Today

@shaunking It’s HERE! ⁣⁣So excited that you all are now getting it in the mail and able to pick it up at bookstores EVERYWHERE!⁣⁣Can’t wait for you to not only learn my story, but understand how we got where we are as a country right now and what we have to do make change TOGETHER!⁣⁣Click … Continue reading Help Shaun King Get To Be The #1 Book in North America Today

#DoTheWork Challenge Day 6

DoTheWork Challenge Day 6 - continuing Rachel Cargle’s course on unlearning racism. “How can we adequately love, support and uplift those we do not understand. Allyship begins with empathy. The racism in this country thrives off of "otherness". It persists with the understanding that when marginalized groups are seen as 'someone else' or 'someone different' … Continue reading #DoTheWork Challenge Day 6

DoTheWork Challenge Day 5 – Examining Privilege

In today’s session of Rachel Cargle’s Do The Work 30 Day Challenge, we examined our privilege and how we no winglet and unknowingly perpetuate the racist society that benefits whiteness. In particular, coincidentally aligning with yesterday’s post about white feminism, we are asked to make not of intersectionality and how white feminism is a further … Continue reading DoTheWork Challenge Day 5 – Examining Privilege

DoTheWork Challenge Day 4 – What Lies Beneath

Today’s session involved the infamous Doll Test and participating the Harvard Project Implicit to determine our implicit biases. Once again, I invite you to participate in this healing work. It’s not enough to wear a T-shirt bought off Amazon that says Black Lives Matter (which may or may not actually provide funds or support to … Continue reading DoTheWork Challenge Day 4 – What Lies Beneath

Women’s Rights Mean Nothing If They Are Not Intersectional

Let’s talk for a minute about why white women need to get on board with fixing the white supremacist society that we live in - white women were granted suffrage on the backs of BIPOC. In the USA, Susan B. Anthony sided with white supremacists and took funding from them, fighting for an English-literate, educated … Continue reading Women’s Rights Mean Nothing If They Are Not Intersectional

Do The Work Challenge – Day 3

#DoTheWork Challenge Day 3 - before we can be anti-racist, we need to see what white privilege has wrought on our BIPOC brothers and sisters. I cannot stress enough how much I value this challenge full of curated content by Rachel Cargle. Danielle and I are doing this and I sincerely hope that you will … Continue reading Do The Work Challenge – Day 3

Do The Work Challenge – Day 2

Day 2 of Rachel Cargle’s 30 Day #DoTheWork Challenge. It is not her job as a WOC to teach me how to be a good person; how to care about the foundations of white supremacy; how to face the advantages that people like me - people who present as white - enjoy simply because people … Continue reading Do The Work Challenge – Day 2