Monthly Archives: June 2015

Summer Reading Challenge

Challenging myself to read Social Justice theory and history this summer.

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“Stay in Your Lane”

Stay In Your Lane   One of the common phrases/sentiments I’m seeing on Twitter in the wake of the Charleston shooting is that people should “stay in their own lanes”. Mostly I’m seeing Black and non-Black anti-racist folks saying this to White people. I have a few thoughts on this phenomenon that I would like […]

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