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White Indifference: Colorblind Racism and the Denial of Implicit Bias

White Indifference: Colorblind Racism and the Denial of Implicit Bias

Black students make up less than 10 percent* of my college’s undergraduate population. In the fall I had trouble meeting other black students, and by the end of winter quarter I… Read more »

Notebook Nonsense: Being a Pushover

Notebook Nonsense: Being a Pushover

3 Things I Love about Being Black II

3 Things I Love about Being Black II

Feat. art by Joanna Boyce Wells via Wiki commons To Black Girls: God forbid you ever feel bad about your color. Here is a short list of what I love about… Read more »

10 Lies Society Told Me about Black Women

10 Lies Society Told Me about Black Women

*Feat. Image by Selenada via deviantart.com 10 Lies Society Told Me about Black Women A short list of lies people outside of and within my race have told me about… Read more »

Sorority: Traditionally Black, Traditionally White, or Traditionally You?

Sorority: Traditionally Black, Traditionally White, or Traditionally You?

The presence of the divine nine has always been heavy and unwavering all throughout my childhood. And for those readers who aren’t very familiar with the upstanding sororities and fraternities… Read more »

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