Even as we face division, we can't lose sight of our ultimate goal
Why we must always amplify the voices of BIPOC people - not speak on their behalf
“The most disrespected person in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America is the black woman.”
While the American medical system saves lives with its incredible advances (procedures, technology, surgery), the dark stories behind that success are often ignored.
They had been protesting the wrongful murder of Breonna Taylor, a Black woman whose death helped ignite national momentum behind the Black Lives Matter movement.
My community doesn't support Black Lives. It's heartbreaking.
A white woman is facing a felony assault charge after she was caught on video pointing a gun at a Black woman and her teenage daughter during an argument.
The aura of comfort that Pride Month takes on is actually not as welcoming as it seems towards gender non-conforming and transgender people, especially those who are BIPOC.
Our fight to create progress requires us to ask questions about ways our country normalizes and glamorizes injustices of our past.
Instead of promising to fix past issues, these superficial campaigns and announcements only acknowledge the fact that they were there, and some even cause more harm than good.
Black history needs to be regularly infused into the curriculum in order to accurately depict and represent all aspects of our nation
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