The people behind the self-help/intersectional feminism publication Everyday Feminism are offering a course that aims to educate people of privilege so "individual people of color don't have to."
"People say it's because he's a Stanford kid and he's rich and the judge played lacrosse… It would have been the exact same result for a person of color."
If you come to Manhattan on St. Patrick's Day, there are scenes to behold of local-nightly-news B-roll pageantry, but really the day is a calamity, a demolition derby of male ego and the limits of human biology.
She says she was just being honest.
The point is not whether we choose to acknowledge or ignore the impact of race, but how white privilege defines all aspects of American life.
While others lost everything, I stayed in FEMA-funded hotel rooms and lapped up pity from those who saw my Louisiana license plate. Instead of character, all I got out of Katrina was a party-friendly anecdote.
Let's just say I was surprised.
The conservative network couldn't make it work on the airwaves, but we can still remember the good times.
I've lived as both a dude and a girl—and I know which I prefer.
Uber investor Jason Calacanis doubled down on his shortsighted view that there is no racism in the tech world, calling a discussion about white privilege "racist."