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The Starbucks case may have been a wake up call for white people, but the racial profiling of black people is not new.
As people of color, we obviously don't have white privilege, but I do wonder if we've been granted some passes, even if very small because of our proximity to whiteness by having white parents.
South African actress, Charlize Theron, says she is considering leaving America for the safety of her black children. While that sounds nice, moving simply isn't enough.
During the 75th Golden Globe Awards, Oprah became the first black woman to receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award. After her moving speech, the internet has called for her to run for president in 2020. but why do black women always need to clean up the mess that you created for yourselves?
This year, come ready to fight your racist relatives. What can really go wrong?