Born in the USA: Racial Diversity in Soka Gakkai International From http://www.tricycle.org Great resource explaining Nichiren Buddhism and why so many POC, especially Black people, take up the practice.
I often scroll through the Twitter timeline and find wonderful threads educating people on communities and cultures that are often misunderstood or erased altogether. I also read arguments that sound like the same idea said in different ways and people expect 140 character statements to make everything clear. What’s not clear is why more people […]
In the wake of Get Outs success, a 4 million dollar independent movie making over 100 million and counting, Jordan Peele may have a great opportunity to tell more horror stories that revolve around racial fears. I’m all for that. I enjoyed the film for many reasons but that’s not what I’m writing about. I want […]
There’s a pass on the left/A place you can pull off/Some secrets and lies/You can wear like camouflage clothes/And although they cover your body They scratch And Pull and impose Passing strangers stare into you/A mirror or a local store window/To see what you really look like/An illusion of a person between here and […]