Race

The definition of modern racism is at best situational and volatile. At worst it’s like some kind of vague mist that you can’t really grab, but often find yourself enveloped in, lost, not sure how you got there, but your friends have long bailed out and you are on your own.







Agustín Fuentes Ph.D. writes at Psychology Today: I am occasionally racist— and so is most everyone in the USA.  [Notice he didn’t specify white people. — G.G.]  Even if we don’t think we…




Robin DiAngelo writes at the Good Men Project: I am white. I have spent years studying what it means to be white in a society that proclaims race meaningless, yet is deeply…








Some shocking facts support Nicholas Kristof’s op-ed at the New York Times, such as “the net worth of the average black household in the United States is $6,314, compared with $110,500 for…






Just as the Roman Catholic Church has become  more liberal, the Church of Latter-Day Saints, or Mormon Church, has decided that “dark skin” is no longer the “mark of Cain.”  I tell…