Who knew? Well, all of us if we think about it.
In my previous diary, Wally wanted to discuss (among other authors) Robin DiAngelo, or so it was briefly hinted in the comments. So, toward that end, here's a review of DiAngelo's (2018) book "White Fragility: Why it's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism."
The story of “the US Capitol under attack” continues to be digested and regurgitated, to get dissected and analyzed—by this nation and the world at large.
well this is probably not making any difference at all to you, but to me it becomes an issue.
As I understand JtC considers his platform of C99p an experiment in promoting equality and human compassion among the widest ranging groups of people to express freely what they think, to inform and promote truth talk and fact searches and to promote civil conversations among its participants.
Black people love Joe Biden, but don't trust Bernie Sanders because he is in some vague, undefined way, a racist.
That's what the media tells us. That's what black political leaders tell us.
And that's why I don't trust the media or these current black political leaders or anytime modern Identity Politics is used.