We may yearn to return to a time when being colorblind was seen as progress. But we as a country don’t have the luxury of being colorblind. That’s because we never were.
As I work to deepen my self-care practice, I’m thinking beyond scented candles, warm tea, and getaways – all of which I love. I’m also thinking about my friends.
It’s been 18 months since George Floyd was murdered. Are you still committed to racial justice? If not, it may be time to deepen your roots.
Every holiday season, I get the urge to gift myself an ancestry test for Christmas. But every year, I talk myself out of it. I’m afraid of what the test won’t tell me.
How does one go about creating a diverse friend group? The good news is you can do it in three steps. The hard news is that it may take a long time and a lot of discomfort along the way.