Tag Archives: racism
No statement from the Governor’s Mansion in the last year summoned as much bile in my well-worn throat as Abbott’s vociferous declarations that Texas would ...Read More
The white community says it deserves our respect, but white-on-white crime and a tradition of anti-government violence should give us all pause.
It’s happened again — another story of organized crime and violence in the white community. This time the threat is very close to home. In our own backyard,...Read More
Demands for equity, demands to be treated as human, aren’t acts of violence, however much they may disturb us white Texans who are too comfortable in our own ...Read More
When we talk about how schools and police conspire to criminalize children, we have a wealth of extreme examples we can point to. There’s Noe Nino de Rivera, ...Read More
In his fourth novel, Mat Johnson exhibits a preoccupation with the past: with lineage, with inheritance, and maybe even with the ghosts of the first interracia...Read More