Tag: racism

Human first, American second

I'm not feeling Three Things Thursday this week. Having been absorbed into election coverage, reactions, and getting over my own brief shock yesterday morning, I have a renewed sense of purpose and see an opportunity for us as American people to stand together. This country is divided, decidedly so, but what's done is done and … Continue reading Human first, American second

Racism is easy, Understanding is hard

Inspired by: White Lives Matter group protests outside NAACP in Houston's Third Ward I support free speech as much as the next warm-blooded American. I've even taken positions that weren't always popular due to the popular position being against what I stood for or supported. What we have lately is a tragedy of American freedom … Continue reading Racism is easy, Understanding is hard

Why some whites are waking up to racism

Inspired by the article of the same name published by The Washington Post It's my lunch hour when I usually read the news from the previous days events. As I opened this article I was preparing myself for a one-sided and biased article about all the things "whites" do, or not do, to support their "non-white" … Continue reading Why some whites are waking up to racism