I don’t want to center myself. But I do want to be transparent and accountable. That’s why I wrote about how my antiracism essays ended up making $500 to support social justice.
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How Perfectionism And White Supremacy Culture Are Connected
Perfectionism and white supremacy culture are connected. Here’s what you can do about it.
I Am a Mom Whose Neighborhood Burned During the Protests. It’s Time to Defund The Police.
All parents, whatever our skin color, must demand something better for our country than a militarized police force
I Evacuated From Minneapolis. This is What I Told My 4-Year-Old.
White people like me need to listen to black people and keep talking to our children about race, justice, and what’s right.
I Live in Minneapolis. This Is What I Told My 4-Year-Old.
White people like me need to talk about race, justice, and what’s right. Even when we are worried we’ll get it wrong.
Don’t Post, Don’t Tell
Mothers in America aren’t allowed to claim the elements of a good story online, and it’s hurting them in real life I have a picture on my phone that I wish I could show you. It’s the kind of thing the internet is made for. Cute baby with rolls for days. There’s a fluffy catContinue reading “Don’t Post, Don’t Tell”
Is Social Media The New Smoking?
Maybe we should ask our kids. By the time I could walk into a bar and legally order a drink, there were less than six months left where I could also light up a cigarette to go with it. The legislation that curtailed this freedom was sportingly called the Freedom to Breathe Act, at leastContinue reading “Is Social Media The New Smoking?”
Facebook Is Not Your Friend
Once upon a time, there was an adorable baby monkey named Curtis. Curtis had big brown eyes and soft downy fur. Curtis was like most other baby monkeys except for one important thing: Curtis lived in a laboratory overseen by an evil scientist named Harry. You see, as soon as Curtis was born, Harry snatchedContinue reading “Facebook Is Not Your Friend”