I was listening to Malcolm Gladwell’s podcast Revisionist History Season 2 episode 3, Miss Buchanan’s Period Of Adjustment, which is about school integration, when a few thoughts stuck with me. Who were the people that objected to their schools becoming … Continue reading How Do You Reduce the Racial Inequality Gap?
Why I Chose this Book I was at my local public library doing some work and reading. After I had finished reading a book at the time, I got up to take a bathroom break. On my way to the … Continue reading Review of You Can’t Touch My Hair And Other Things I Still Have to Explain by Phoebe Robinson
Recently, I was typing up some notes that I had written previously. Because this task didn’t require much mental processing power, I figured I would listen to something while I worked. Rather than reaching for my iPod I chose to … Continue reading Stumbling Upon CNN Commentator Angela Rye
Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates Why I Chose this Book Sometime ago while browsing the magazine stand at a “local” bookstore (Same county though not same city. How local are bookstores nowadays? It’s a shame how hard … Continue reading Review of Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates