One Place Where It Didn’t Help Me To Be White

Despite my shortness and my whiteness, my sport growing up was basketball. I loved the action meshed with specific skills meshed with constant competition. I was good enough to play on varsity at a large high school and then to play at a small non-scholarship college. One of the reasons I progressed as a player... Continue Reading →

Our Societies Biggest Blind Spot

I have seen some incredulous reactions over the last week regarding Charlottesville, Virginia. People are shocked at the fact that 50 years since the civil rights movement there are still white supremacists and Nazis. This doesn't surprise me at all. You see, 50 years ago there was legislated and structural racism. There were laws in... Continue Reading →

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