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Honors 11: McIntosh, Fortgang, Du Bois and Stevenson

First hour finished watching this 2012 TED talk by Bryan Stevenson, an African American human rights lawyer who discussed the concept of identity and the injustice surrounding the justice system titled “We need to talk about an injustice”. 154 more words

Honors 11

Honors 11: Survey Results and Intro to Du Bois

We discussed the results of the survey regarding our unit that we took in class today. As this took the majority of the hour, we had to push off our McIntosh discussion until Monday. 115 more words

Honors 11

Why Singapore needs to avoid a US-Centric view of racism

Of the countless school lectures I’ve sat in, this one stuck with me. It was a crash course of sorts on the concept of racism, and we watched videos of social experiments revealing that many white by-standers would not intervene when a black person is publicly abused. 1,683 more words

Singapore

A Redneck's Reminder: Bringing Me Back to My Knapsack

As the video from the self-proclaimed former-racist redneck “Dixon White” is becoming viral, I can’t help but be reminded of the first time I encountered… 1,004 more words

There is no White Privilege

Both my children have now asked me, merely weeks apart about this “white privilege” they keep hearing about at school. My first question was of course, are you hearing this bullshit from your teachers? 985 more words

Politics

Does the “White Privilege” Umbrella cover Black and Biracial Children? (Survey included)

This is the first post I have written soliciting responses to a survey—so I’m stating it up front: At the end of this post is an actual, honest-to-goodness survey for those who are interested and who fit the demographics* I’m looking for. 766 more words

Cultural Context

Overcoming Racism - Understanding Black People (The Truth)

To understand what black people (at least in America) have in common, white people must recognize what we ourselves have in common: our privilege. From childhood, I knew I was privileged because Mother told me I was an aristocrat and better than even most other white people. 800 more words

Culture And Society