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.
Broad street in Philadelphia is this wide swathe of black, running through the middle of the city. A black big motoring vein with asphalt tributaries emptying cars, and people, milling restlessly with a tenacity that hardly ever changes. The City Hall punctuates it, splitting the broad street flow with its imposing gravity defying white columns […]
I believe some issues are definitely first world problems. Women’s reproductive rights, unfortunately falls into that category. I have been amused at how abortion rights has so paralysed this nation to the extent the division it is creating can potentially lead to disastrous consequences on this great nation that needs to be “made great again.” […]