How Not to Appropriate: A Guide for White People

How Not to Appropriate: A Guide for White People

Though the lens of history and personal experience this article offers suggestions about how not to insensitively appropriate other cultures.

Reverend William Barber at McCarty Memorial Christian Church in Los Angeles (Audio)

Reverend William Barber at McCarty Memorial Christian Church in Los Angeles (Audio)

Reverend William Barber, one of the most important voices of the modern civil rights movement, gives an unforgettable and challenging sermon on history, ethics, and responsibility.

The First White President

The First White President

Prominent Black author Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses the historical and cultural significance of our White supremacist President.

How a shifting definition of ‘white’ helped shape U.S. immigration policy

How a shifting definition of ‘white’ helped shape U.S. immigration policy

An article about how the concept of Whiteness was used to establish a racial hierarchy in America and dictate access to opportunity.

White Like Me – White Allies

A preview of a documentary featuring Tim Wise about the historic significance of White allies in working for social justice.

Racism isn’t a bug; it’s a feature

Racism isn’t a bug; it’s a feature

An article about how White people learn that all racism is overt, masking their own biases.

When Heritage Equals Hate: The Truth About the Confederacy in the United States

In this video, Jeffery Robinson, the ACLU’s lead expert on racial justice breaks down the history of white supremacy and ties that to the construction and significance of Confederate monuments.

Michael Eric Dyson Wants White People to Step Up and Actually Do Something About Racism

Michael Eric Dyson Wants White People to Step Up and Actually Do Something About Racism

Michael Erik Dyson’s new book is a fiery call to action for white people concerned with social justice.

I Don’t Know What to Do With Good White People

I Don’t Know What to Do With Good White People

An essay on the difference between good intention and conscious action.

Black History Month for White People

An honest and friendly attempt to educate White people about the reality of racial inequality.