It’s Not Because You’re Black, It’s Because He’s Gay by Onnesha Williams

Thrown off by the title? Well I was thrown off by a statement made by a white female general manager of a popular local coffee joint when she explained that the rude behavior of the site manager (who yelled at me and my other African American friend after they got our food order wrong) was […]

Ain’t We All Women? by Crystal Valentine

When Onnesha and I talked race in February, we discussed the complexities of quantifying and qualifying the role of racism in interpersonal conflicts. It was admittedly an uncomfortable conversation to have. While I wasn’t able to completely relate to some of the experiences that Onnesha described, I drew parallels to my experience as a woman […]