Can free speech be isolated as an absolute value when any practice of freedom is affected by the social and political context of today’s unequal power relations?
When Kim Ball heard the chants of “White silence is white violence,” she began to weep. As protesters passed her on 14th Street, one random protester, a female student, approached and gave her a hug.
Hillary Clinton and her running mate, Tim Kaine, have repeatedly addressed covert racism and racial injustice, but the United States needs more than rhetoric to solve the problem.
The lives of people of color are shaped by race in more ways than a white person might guess.
Those of you who have been looking for somewhere to watch Jose Antonio Vargas' "White People," look no further.
People of color tended to comment on the fleeting nature of racial reflection, while others peppered the documentary with accusations of bias.