Everyday Conversations on Race for Everyday People - Simma Lieberman

Recently, I was a guest on the Simma Liberman's podcast. The segment was titled "How to Talk About Racism." It lasted for approximately 45 minutes and was a great experience. Feel free to click on the link and listen: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/raceconvos-podcast/id1416323393 http://simmalieberman.com/

He Was Just A Boy (by Alan Thrower)

As some of you may know, I have connected with African American inmates throughout the California state prison system. One in particular, Alan Thrower, writes poetry. He asked me to post one of his pieces online and I assured him I would. I found it to be a reflective piece based upon conversations I have had with him in the past. Enjoy! ********************************************* By one God HE WAS JUST A BOY, not fully aware. Wandering from place to place without plans, a young male not fully matured, with no direction and misconceptions of who he wanted to be, HE WAS JUST A BOY, not seeing further ahead because at such an early age he had misread the lines yet unripened in his time

Sister Souljah Interview 1992; Larry King

This is one of the most profound and prolific interviews ever given on mainstream television about confronting institutional white racism against African people in this country, as well as the results of decades of its relentless oppression.

San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area: One of the Most Racist Places in the U.S.; Continues to be Unsafe fo

Some weeks ago, I opened my Facebook page to find that one of my friend's nieces had been stabbed in the neck while ridding BART. Her name was Nia Wilson. It was the most unfortunate situation where a White male in his mid-20's randomly pursued her and her sister, injuring the sister and killing Nia in the most heinous manner ever. As I listened to Oakland's Police Captain state that they were not naming it as a hate crime because they had not been able to fully assess the situation, I was fully aware that race and gender were factors. The only individuals who are hesitant to name racism and sexism are individuals who do not experience racism and sexism as everyday realities. This white

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