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    Un-Fair Campaign: A useful (and accurate) definition of RACISM

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    As many of you may know, I blog often about racism, prejudice and white privilege.  Recently, there was some debate from the blogging community about what RACISM really is, so I wanted to clarify the definition just a little bit…or at least start to. Is it as simple as one person not liking another person because of skin color?? NO.  That is prejudice.   Is Racism the act of an individual preventing someone from getting a job or accessing other…

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  • New Year, New View: Beyond Self-Doubt

    Moving Beyond Self-Doubt So, I wrote here a couple of weeks ago about how I have some new resolutions for this year.  Mostly, I want to start back up in college,…

  • Gutting Welfare Reform?

    Gutting Welfare Reform? This is sad. I actually think that flexibility in the work requirements can do a lot of good when applied correctly. For one, it gives many more individuals…

  • Teacher Bullies & Special Needs Children

    Teacher Bullies & Special Needs Children I know that I have so many other things to write about right now, but this topic just won’t leave my mind and I need…

  • #MulticulturalMondays Blog Hop: Activism & Parenting

    Image credit: Flickr / Jeff Kubina   Today is Multicultural Monday!  Join in by writing up a post about something multicultural (this week’s topic is ACTIVISM & PARENTING) and adding your post…

  • #MulticulturalMondays Blog Hop: Activism & Parenting

    Image credit: Flickr / Jeff Kubina   Today is Multicultural Monday!  Join in by writing up a post about something multicultural (this week’s topic is ACTIVISM & PARENTING) and adding your post…

  • Tips for Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    Who is Martin Luther King Jr. ?  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., not to be confused with the 15th century German priest Martin Luther, is an internationally recognized civil rights leader and preacher…