Black Against the Law – Whiteness as Privilege and the Lynching of Trayvon Martin

During the United States’ industrial era, the innovation of the coal-burning locomotive revolutionized transportation. The resulting widespread construction of railroads split towns across the U.S., and it became common to discern a community’s value based on its location along the … Continue reading

Black Encounters: More S@#$ White People Say

One day, while leisurely perusing through Facebook I saw the link posted above pop up in my news feed. The words STOP WHITE GENOCIDE blared at me, hence the use of all capitals. My curiosity was mildly piqued and I … Continue reading