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My People

There is a lot of research being done about the “information bubble” or more specifically “filter bubbles”.  The idea is that our view of the world is being filtered so that the only information we receive (from social media) is information that will not challenge our existing world view.   627 more words


Reflection #3: The Problem with Being P.C.

I’m not a P.C. person. Never have been, never will be. Which means, of course, that I get looks of outrage because I don’t censor myself, I don’t issue trigger warnings, and I don’t apologize for what I say unless I am saying something intentionally to cause offense. 1,410 more words

I Know You Probably Believe That

OhCAE, y’all. I’m just gonna sum this one up before I really get into it. Sometimes you just have to let people live in their reality. 342 more words


Microaggressions: Let’s Build Bridges

There’s a new word to define the actions of something that has been occurring for centuries, but its meaning is relatable now more than ever in such a divided world.  435 more words

Creative Talents Unleashed

Jamelia and 'Microaggressive' Racism


It is hard to fathom that racism still sprouts amid twenty-first century Britain, yet it is still nonetheless a present growing weed decoratively springing up to sting in tediously mundane situations. 616 more words

A Tropical Piece of Fruit

Racism is very well alive in the United States. Our nation’s discussion on race is ever more prevalent, especially when movements, such as Black Lives Matter, seek to educate the masses and empower people of color globally. 582 more words

Power Of Words