Being a person of color doesn't give you a free pass to be racist.
Spoiler: The good outweighs the bad.
People are protesting this movie in incredibly violent ways, for reasons I fail to understand. Yes, it's a problematic movie - but not in the way they claim.
Prisoners are protesting for the third time in the past year.
Do not think you can understand the inherent struggle of marginalized communities because an online test told you that you could
This happened to Serena Williams. Remember, she's a world-famous multimillionaire. This happens to black women EVERY single day.
Stories of slavery and the Underground Railroad are our stories. They are not stories for white people to twist, glamorize, and consume.
Every time I say, "Black Lives Matter," I hear the echo of a white voice screaming over mine, “what would Martin Luther King do?”
He's picking and choosing which allegations he fires back on, and his choices speak volumes.
Three acts of mass terror in the United States took place in the span of about a month, and this is the most consistent factor among them all.
There is an underlying colorist tendency here that gets perpetuated through simple everyday interactions and larger social situations as well.
"Not in our town, not in our state, we don't want your Nazi hate"