Category: Awareness

Video: Part 2 of What Does Being An Ally Look Like

We only answered questions from participants. One question we answered is: If I see someone else say something I think is racist but the person of color it is directed to doesn’t say anything about it, do I bring it up? How?

Video & Podcast: What Does Being An Ally Look Like?

I’m starting with someone that I know, well, that can help me have this conversation because even though I am a liberal NYC person who believes that they are consistently doing their best, I know I can do better. 

Furthermore, embarrassingly,  before talking to her, I actually didn’t really consider myself a white person. 

Talk To White Boys

This MAGA loser gleefully bothering a Native American protestor at the Indigenous Peoples March. pic.twitter.com/jIb5K68vIs — Talia (@2020fight) January 19, 2019 This is why I want to speak/teach/talk with young white males. I know, I know. Some of you are like wait, I thought you worked with girls? I do but, it has been on…

She’s Not Ignoring It.

Because language is important.  Because words are important. Because experiences are important, I thought it would be a good idea to post this blog again. 

I hope that you’re already having this discussion with your preteens and teens. I hope this enhances the conversation. And if you’re not having the discussion yet, I ask you to talk about it.

Please.

So she can be aware and be prepared.

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Tragedy. Art. Influence.  

Regarding Charlottesville, I have to add a disclaimer. My words and tone suggested that parents know what their son or daughter is doing every second of the day. How irresponsible of me.

Also on the show, Kalen McGuire. An artist, a photographer, a college student and my cousin!