“Where can we be Black?” We may not yet get to be Black on the streets, but we will be Black in our churches. We will not shoot back.
#SayHerName Continue reading We Will Not Shoot Back
The plot thickens…there are so many layers to this story. I think we’ve only scratched the surface. Continue reading The Media Is Doing Exactly What Rachel Dolezal’s Abusive Homeschooling Parents Want
“Racially you are human…” — Rachel Dolezal’s son (as said to his mother) I’ve always thought that the safest, most respectful policy upon meeting someone is to let them self-identify and accept that identification despite my perceptions. So if a person tells me that she is a woman, I am not going to tell her … Continue reading Rachel’s Race: Answering “Who is Black?” and Trying to Make Sense of Dolezal’s Racial Identification
Rachel Dolezal was wrong, but I’m not yet convinced that public shaming should be part and parcel of the penance for an offense. Continue reading Rachel Dolezal is My Sister
“If you’re asking me what I am before you even ask me how I am… then please re-evaluate.” Continue reading “What are you?”
Originally posted on chronicles of a mixed fat chick:
As published in Volup2 Magazine, April 2015 Has a White woman ever touched your hair without permission? It happens to me more often than not. They want to know, “Is it real? Is that all your hair?” Yes, and please stop petting me like an exotic… Continue reading Black & White: The Exociticization of Mixed Race Women in Western Culture