I’ve been doing a bunch of writing on Medium, and have completely abandoned this space! Here is a round up of everything I’ve written so far.
A response to a NYT article about a Black mother angry that her son might have to read August Wilson’s play Fences
While Black children in integrated schools are no longer subject to the physical violence of the desegregation era, today predominately White schools present lessons of second-class citizenship to Black children
Refusing to name race in stories of children’s mental health precludes a national discussion that addresses the needs of all children during a pandemic
To be White with an illegitimate grievance is to be untouchable. But to be Black, living under conditions of legitimate grievance, is to be under threat of death.
Black Watchers are special part of the Black village needed to raise a Black child.