Integrity and its Relationship to Antiracist Morality

I was just reading an amazing article in the journal called Providence on integrity and moral instruction. This post is about why antiracism has the impact it has on the people who practice it. It’s about what makes us tick. And why sometimes compromise is necessary. This Christmas I gave my garbage man $100 asContinue reading “Integrity and its Relationship to Antiracist Morality”

Authenticity Begins with the Breath

I think that white supremacy hardens the hearts of white people so much, that when we get into diverse spaces we put up our defenses and hide behind the lie of meritocracy. On the other hand, social justice is not a thought experiment. As we begin this blog, let us remember that authenticity begins withContinue reading “Authenticity Begins with the Breath”

Why It’s Terrible but Not Awful that Trump was Acquitted

It’s hard to find one’s way in the political landscape nowadays. We are finally free of certain twitter feeds that have dominated the news and the political scene and it seems like a good time to refocus. It is time to reassess where we are. Of course, the previous president was acquitted at his impeachmentContinue reading “Why It’s Terrible but Not Awful that Trump was Acquitted”