October 26, 2020

A final warning

October 21, 2016

There are some words that white people are better off never using. You can explain your way out of a couple things, but never the “n-word” or its

Racism is not a mistake

October 21, 2016

You don’t have to search for very long to find picture of protesters facing off against police on the streets of many American cities in response to police

Racial slurs hit local and hard

October 21, 2016

Recently, acts of racism have headlined the news, though most of these instances have occurred far away from here. Out of sight, out of mind some would say.

The meaning of racism

October 21, 2016

Over the summer, screenshots of a private group conversation between several members of the class of 2018 surfaced on Facebook. These messages included references to lynching and genocide

Is Wellesley really in a bubble?

October 21, 2016

In modern day America, many people believe that racism is history. Nevertheless, it seems that in society, race and religion still identify who you are, as seen in

The real incident is ignorance

October 21, 2016

Racism has been prominent in the United States since the founding of our country. It is a part of our history that we can’t deny. Even harder to

Forced martyrs

October 21, 2016

The world wants someone to hate. When an enemy presents itself in a community it strengthens the bonds between people. As Leo Tolstoy, once stated: “It’s too easy

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