In her first guest-blog post, author and communication professor-emeritus ANA K. WRENN discussed the challenges of racial colorblindness. In this continuation, she explores how the roots of racism have spread across cultures, manifesting in various ways. Like an invasive [...]


“Not seeing color” is a common way to announce we’re all the same under our skin, and to point out we’re not racist. But as author and communication professor-emeritus ANA K. WRENN explains, racial colorblindness, in books and beyond, [...]

Let’s talk about church, baby

French lesbian activist Élie Chevillet compares the reality in her queer community with the one her partner experiences having a fundamentalist religious past. “What you’re doing with Élie is wrong. We miss our Anna. It’s not too late—come back.” [...]

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