Exploring whitenessJoin me in examining and reflecting on how we all, as children, have been conditioned around race, whether we are aware of it or not.
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“More than 200,000 Americans, most of them black, but many of them white, demonstrated here today for a full and speedy program of civil rights and equal job opportunities. It was the greatest assembly for a redress of grievances that … Continue reading
U.S. Naturalization Act of 1790 “All free white persons who have, or shall migrate into the United States, and shall give satisfactory proof… that they intend to reside therein, and shall take an oath of allegiance, and shall have resided … Continue reading
“White folks’ first experience with race is at least as far back as the moment of our births, at which time we enter the world as members of the dominant group; the group that has always made the rules, and … Continue reading
The Family of Man was my first holy book. It was big and heavy, as one expects holy books to be, but with very few words. Instead it was filled with photographs from an exhibit at the Museum of Modern … Continue reading