Tagged: racial justice

If You Speak, Will Anyone Hear You?

By Kathy Khang The world is a noisy place. Smart phones. Smart watches. Alerts. Notifications. Social media. Satellite radio. Streaming video. News 24/7. On any given Sunday morning in church, don’t be surprised if...

Environmental Racism

By Miguel De La Torre We are called by God to be good stewards of the earth. Unfortunately, racism gets in the way. Environmental racism, defined as the link between the degradation of the environment and...

Walls of Hostility

By David P. Leong Throughout high school, I worked in our family photo lab in Vancouver Mall, and on breaks I would walk around to see other store displays nearby. In the early to mid-’90s,...

See You at the Polls?

By Elrena Evans The presidential election is one week away. Organizations like Rock the Vote, Project Vote and Voto Latino are working hard to increase voter registration and, ultimately, turnout. Both Donald Trump and Hillary...

The Fallacies of Neoliberal Protest

by Russell Rickford This post is an amended version of remarks read at a rally organized by Cornell University’s Black Students United (BSU) on September 23, 2016. Students gathered to protest the recent police...

It Matters

by Matthias Roberts It matters how we do life in this world. This world. Not the next world. Not the world that we are waiting for. This world. The more I pay attention to the...