“… the dangers of performative allyship …”
Category Archives: racism
A cruel contradiction
“… the luxury of being hurt …”
And the ugliness finds itself on TV – A follow up
A couple weeks ago I wrote about an incident at the University that my son attends. A quick recap – A couple months ago. Some students saw fit to drape a “confederate” flag on the outside of the door in the dormitory, claiming that it was an entreaty to the student population to engage them inContinue reading “And the ugliness finds itself on TV – A follow up”
Wielding a shield – when hurt isn’t an option
“… just say you don’t care. That is easier to respect…”
What is enough?
Consistency… Man’s inhumanity towards man. I always marvel at how quickly the fires of vitriol are extinguished. The finger unfurls itself from its accusatory position and lies, flaccid as if it wasn’t casting blame just moments before. How the shadows of duplicity make themselves known in the glare of light. Silence is sanction and aContinue reading “What is enough?”
My ongoing war against labels
Being true to ourselves is more powerful than a label
Is empathy a relic of the past?
Empathy is a element that is missing in action.