There’s no limit to what life could be beyond Black church-sanctioned violence. The harvest is plenty and has always been here. By Rebecca A. Wilcox One night, my cousin and I were reminiscing about what life was like growing up in our
Beacon thrives on liberal antiracism, which is shallow and is exemplified perfectly in the self-help, individualist tripe 'White Fragility' serves up. If you ask most white people to quote Martin Luther King Jr., you’re likely to receive one of two responses.
"Joker" potentially allows men who identify with Arthur Fleck's descent into violent criminality to find not only acceptance, but also celebration, empathy, and vindication—and that is both irresponsible and dangerous. This essay contains spoilers for "Joker" "Among many mass killers, the triple
Carving out space for Kashmiris to exist authentically has been difficult. Even in the safest and most welcoming of spaces, I have found myself cornered by a community I supposedly share so much common ground with. By Shabana Shaheen Whenever I’m in