Why do you always act white?

Anika Moore Gulfport, MS You can not act a color. You can not be a color. Just because I speak as though I have read a book once in my life does not make me instantly “an Oreo”. Please stop.

We’re Created Equal; Act like it.

Wherever I may go, my sister and I are always questioned about our ethnicity, we apparently look Native or Brazilian or Indian. I don’t know if I should be offended or flattered. I hate when people think of all maids as Mexican or Latina, it’s just rude. No one should be put under a generalization […]

White privilege is power. Listen. Act.

Stephen Wollentin Asheville, NC In the words of French philosopher Voltaire, ”with great power comes great responsibility.” I believe it is my responsibility, as one with power, to listen to and validate the experiences of those for whom discrimination is a daily reality and to exercise my privilege in support of equality and appreciation for […]

You don’t act black enough

Phenix Nunlee Dover, DE Grew up in the suburbs as an African American Male. People want me to act in a way they expect a person of color to act. While not realizing I am who I am and I am a person of color. They do not realize personality is not bound to race.