In The Case For Alton Sterling, Excuses Are For White Supremacy

Around 12 A.M. Tuesday, Alton Sterling was selling CDs outside of a convenience store in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It was around the same time that the Baton Rouge Police Department received a call that an African-American male in a red shirt was seen pointing a gun at someone outside of the same convenience store. Police showed up, and found Alton Sterling, in a red shirt, … Continue reading In The Case For Alton Sterling, Excuses Are For White Supremacy

From 60 Years Ago Until Donald Trump Today: A History of Making Racism Sound Socially Appealing

Last week,  we saw the unimaginable happen–the UK voted to leave the EU in the name of xenophobia and fear of all things non-white. If it can happen there, it can happen anywhere. For me, being black and living in the US,  this is frightening. Because what divided the UK vote and put Europe in shambles was the same conversation that are dividing voters in … Continue reading From 60 Years Ago Until Donald Trump Today: A History of Making Racism Sound Socially Appealing