A personal description of my on race and sexuality in the United States. In this essay the writer describes how societal acceptance of bias, prejudice and discrimination helps maintain these acts and beliefs. The writer calls for a more authentic and granular reaction to acts of bias and discrimination.
As any self respecting Baltimore resident I sometimes see business deals in terms of street culture. I must admit though that I am no expert in street culture however a conversation that I had with a Baltimore Street homeboy who claims to have personally known the real Nathan “Bodie” Barksdale the inspiration for the street […]
A post on the xenophobic attitudes in Western societies today with a focus on the most recent New Zealand mosque attacks. The ray of hope offered by the New Zealand leadership and people was used in this feature as well as the reference to Donald Trump as a symbol of hope for a common purpose of whites.