Most white people in the U.S. don't think a lot about white culture. We see whiteness as bland if we think about it at all. We often consider ourselves to be not white but a member of the ethnic group
People have been asking that since 2006, but what they mean by it has changed over time. Rupert Murdoch has a very thoughtful question: Is Obama black enough? OK, maybe it’s not so thoughtful. The media
Can an employee be fired from a job for not adhering to dress codes, not meeting makeup requirements, sporting tattoos or piercings, or for other personal qualities or forms of self-expression? Apparently,
Race permeates every facet of my life. No matter where I go, no matter what I do, I can never forget my skin color LeRon Barton October 9, 2015 8:45am (UTC) This piece originally appeared on The Good Project.
It’s not something that’s up for dispute anymore. The thing is, hard as it might seem for some people to grasp, white people have probably had it a bit easier than people of colour. White privilege is