It is not racist to permit yourself to feel fear when you are afraid or to permit yourself to feel revulsion when you are revolted.
Race and Discourse
Like the empires of the past, there are orders of rank. Black privilege travels to the empire's very frontiers, if not quite beyond them.
Americans want more than anything to put race behind us.
Donald Trump’s election was not the genesis of a new white racial consciousness but rather, if anything, a consequence of identity politics run amok.
Behind all the frenzied virtue-signaling and ritualistic condemnations, it is hard not to discern loads of malice; and it is directed mostly by white people against other white people.
In May 2021, two members of the Family Values, a white supremacist prison gang, allegedly killed a member of the rival Southwest Honkeys prison gang […]
Patrisse Cullors’ personal corruption and the malign organization she helps to run are surely better understood as a symptom of a diseased republic than as a revolutionary vanguard.
At elite universities one must never, ever criticize students of color, especially the black students. Those individuals are sacred.
Joe Biden’s assessment of the shooting in Buffalo shows him to be a poor shepherd of America and its principles.
Joe Biden will use the blood of innocents to paint millions of Americans as “white supremacists” and wannabe terrorists simply for supporting the opposite political party.
Historians have been willing collaborators as they have always been disposed to act as both judge and jury when it comes to the past. It’s time for a change.
It’s difficult enough for people to atone for their own sins. How does one atone for the sins of others?
Every American has a moral and legal right to be judged based on his or her individual merits.
This reactionary and neo-Confederate return to racial stigmatization and hatred is not going to end well.
Whoopi Goldberg just can’t be bothered with the killing of the Holocaust because because she is now playing a more promising victim game.
Regardless of who replaces Justice Breyer, one hopes the Supreme Court next term will take us closer to a society that is race-blind by gutting affirmative action in America.
There’s clearly plenty about Western Civilization that spans the spectrum between coolness and awesomeness.
Imagine that tomorrow every human being became blind. Would the world be more—or less—racist?
Until America regains its moral compass, realizes hate is not an argument, and white Americans stop accepting the supposed evils of their whiteness, we will all continue to be stuck in our wounds.
Race, and by implication ethnicity, has become paramount in judging people and can be used to displace character, not to mention ability, achievement, and other measures of individuality and merit.