The victory in Pretoria is a victory not only for girls in South Africa, but for every black person, because the policing of black hair is never just about hair. It’s a whitewashing of blackness in professional and educational environments. Policing our hair is a type of racism that hides in company handbooks and school codes of conduct.
I chose this Pin for my board because I think it is a great Quote. To me this quote means that if you believe that racism is no longer going on in our world you're racist. Racism is still a huge topic in today's society so the fact that you don't think it exists means that you yourself are very close minded or racist.
hands down one of the best segments The Daily Show has ever done. two groups, one white, one black were interviewed by two DS reporters. white privilege comes through strong and clear in the group Jessica interviews.
A Forth Worth, Texas Charter Spectrum customer is fuming after discovering a racist message sent to her cable inbox on Tuesday. According to WFAA ABC 8, new customer April Taylor saw the message and was flabbergasted that this type of racism got into her home. “When I first pulled it up I was like ‘What? …