Here is one young man’s experience of living in Senegal:
Ana Menéndez writes about teaching creative writing in contexts where many of the students are multilingual, and the language of instruction is often not their first language. How is language linked to identity and culture?
Rosa Finnegan, 102, reflects on changing her ideas about race.
Gina Crosley-Corcoran examines insterectionality and the relationship between socioeconomic status and race.
There have been quite a few good articles about the problem of racism and white centering among White feminists. If you are not familiar with the current conflict, Ani DiFranco has been criticized for planning a songwriting workshop (since cancelled) at a former plantation in Louisiana. In addition to the lack of sensitivity to the issue of slavery, history, and ongoing racism, DiFranco has been criticized for how the situation was handled after the fact. This post is a good one for those of us who are white to read, examining how we can address our own racism, including what to do when we have inadvertently offended someone (with a great comparison with an accidental physical injury).
An essay on White privilege in daily life:
This personal reflection reveals the nature of race and sexual orientation in the United States, and the related reality of privilege.
This short ad highlights the double standard that women face, especially in the workplace.
- Pantene Powerfully Breaks Down Every Sexist Workplace Stereotype in One Ad (business.time.com)
- Pantene Breaks Down Every Sexist Workplace Stereotype in One Ad (mythicvoice.wordpress.com)
- Pantene Takes On The Hypocrisy Of Workplace Gender Stereotypes (fastcocreate.com)
- [WATCH] New Pantene ad highlights how men and women are viewed differently in the workplace (redalertpolitics.com)
- Shampoo brand takes on gender stereotypes. (osocio.org)