It could be a brother or sister. It could be a neighbor. It could be a person you work with. We probably all know someone who doesn’t wear a mask in public even though it’s compulsory or recommended where you live.
If we believe in a principle, but don’t apply it ourselves, that principle is essentially meaningless.
Tuesday, Aug. 4 started off like any other day. What I experienced almost immediately later that night? I would not wish on my worst enemies.
When billionaire Robert E. Smith decided to pay off the student loans of the graduating class of 2019 at Morehouse College, he suggested that others follow his lead.
But is there even enough black private wealth in the United States to pay off all black student loan debt?
Working in a restaurant is weird right now. Hell, everything is weird right now. The thing about serving during a pandemic, though… You see everybody – those who care too much, too little and those who seem oblivious to it all.
If journalists are continuing to lose jobs covering injustices at local levels, who will be there to hold people in power accountable? Especially Black Journalists.
Dear White People: 22 Situations Characters in “Dear White People” Experienced That I Won’t Since I’m White
Violence against Black people has been used to oppress Black people since the time of slavery in the U.S. Even with the violence becoming more visible recently, violence in its various forms has been a rampant issue throughout the past couple centuries.
Stereotypes may exist for all, but the stereotypes that come with my appearance have never posed any danger to my life. This is the privilege I was given.
Under normal circumstances, there are simple ways to cope with an eating disorder flare-up. Since COVID-19 has literally locked us all indoors, alone with our thoughts, phones and refrigerators, healthy coping mechanisms seem out of reach – but not impossible.