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Black Books Matter

Nearly 90 percent of books reviewed by The New York Times are written by white authors. According to a 2019 article by Poynter, award-winning author Roxanne Gay researched the racial background of every...

Understanding Our Privilege: An Open Letter to My Fellow Straight White Men

Mike Robbins, author of "We’re All In This Together," gives a frank talk—straight white man to straight white man—about privilege and the responsibility that comes with it: In her Netflix...

5 Actions for Racial Equality, Lasting Change, and Healing

The United States is reeling from racial inequality. This inequality has simmered during our entire lifetime and is compounded by the inequality of healthcare before and during a pandemic, financial inequality in general,...

Be Part of the Change to Move Humanity Forward

I have been asking myself often recently if we can have a do-over for 2020. If this isn’t the worst year in modern history we’ve collectively had as a world, it has to...

Black Films Matter

About 10 years ago, I had the good fortune of spending a significant amount of time at Lucas Films with one of George Lucas’s producing partners, Rick McCallum. At that point, one of...

Black Non-Profits Matter

As Black Lives Matter takes its place in our homes around the world—I invite us to inquire into our own bias. Do we have an unconscious bias against black-owned non-profits? 

From One White Woman to Another #BlackLivesMatter

Look for ways that you are racist, rather than ways to prove you’re not. – Sara Milstein https://www.instagram.com/p/CAIIn6AA80j/ When...

Black Art Matters

Growing up, I never saw a reflection of myself in the media. Everyone looked like my mother, a blonde-haired blue-eyed beauty. Looking around, seeing the attention she received, my internal voice surmised, “I...