We want it to be all about us and us alone. If you’re not with us, you’re against us.
Of course not all men are evil. What does that reassurance have to do with solving (or even just vaguely acknowledging) the primary issue being presented here?
I’m fine with women not participating, or being against the march. I’m not fine with some women making negative comments about those involved in the march, however.
It appears that my alma mater is making news again in 2015. Campus police removed “Whites Only” and “Black Only” signs from Clemens Hall after 11 phone calls were made starting 1PM on Wednesday, September 16.
When my parents moved here after the civil war back home, they settled in an area packed with other immigrants from the Philippines, Mexico, Thailand, Iraq, and other East African countries. I never felt like I was an oddity until we moved to a suburb where immigrants like us were far and few in between.
Feminism is synonymous with gender equality.
I would like to establish that I understand and can appreciate the problems of stylized cultural appropriation.
As every other year, this Independence Day saw the usual, fleeting public outpour of gratitude for living in this country.
I didn’t know any of the people murdered in Charleston earlier this week.
“I’m just going to just go ahead and say it…the blacks are the ones causing the problems and this ‘racial tension.. […] I’m almost to the point of wanting them all segregated on one side of town so they can hurt each other and leave the innocent people alone.”