I am introducing a new series on my blog. This series focuses on a piece addressing the question of “why I do not” do something. It is not written as ridicule of character for anyone who reads it or to whom it is most adjacent in experiences, but criticism of myself and lessons learned. Continue reading “Series: Why I Do Not – In Between Spaces (Introduction)”
Image by Kaique Rocha.
White Privilege, I pretty much beat people over the head in the latest posts. I will not apologize for that. However, I had just touched on something else in this same post: White-Passing/Light-Skinned Privilege. Continue reading “Wait, What is White-Passing/Light-Skinned Privilege? It’s Complicated”
Image, a crowd of multiple folks, by Malcolm Garrett.
This blog post is definitely late to the news. As I have indicated in my post about owning up to my passing privilege, I am still new to social justice compared to many others. Just because I did research on one corner of it years ago, and was a secretary for a student organization that advocated for it, does not mean I was as much in as I am now. Only this past year or two have I really fully owned to working on social justice, and I have a lot of catching up to do yet. Continue reading “Multiracialism Is Not A Trend: Don’t Treat It As Such”