Why “It’s OK to be White” is a Good Idea

By now most of us have seen the hashtag #ItsOKToBeWhite and heard about the slogan and campaign to disseminate the slogan on high school and college campuses. Most...
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Don’t the Nazis Love Their Children, Too?

One of the most poignant, theatric — and yes, ridiculous — moments from Charlottesville yesterday that I recall, happened before we even entered the park.  I rode in...
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AirBnB Violates Their Own Commitment to a “Discrimination-Free” Platform

Member accounts terminated with extreme prejudice for holding “incorrect” political opinions. After coming under heavy fire and condemnation last year over perceived racial discrimination, AirBnB seems to have...
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The Return of Orville Hubbard, and Why History Matters

It was, in fact, the "American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee" of Michigan who originally called upon the Dearborn city council to remove "this racist relic" in 2015. Gee, no ulterior motives or special agendas there, right? (Photo courtesy of Press & Guide.)
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Three Pitfalls to Avoid when Fronting a Movement

Whether you are a leading figure within a movement, a member of an organization driving a movement, a pioneer spearheading a movement, or an innovator shaping, branding and...
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The Awakened, Enlightened Duty of Reproduction

“For, behold, the days are coming, in the which they shall say, ‘Blessed are the barren, and the wombs that never bare, and the paps which never gave...
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To Make or Break Values

To the grey, stupid, and fundamentally hypocritical world of men, it must be said, and I shall say: “Values” are not treasures, things to lock away in a...
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Houseguests and Fish: the 3-Day Rule Applied to our Immigration Situation

When territory has been ceded to the point discomfort sets in and resentments start to brew, it’s either retreat or reconquer—retake, reclaim, and repossess. Have you ever offered...
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