I Don’t Feel Bad About Being White, 2

Jennifer Harvey’s second post on feeling bad about being white. Here, she summarizes of Janet Helms’s work on white racial identity development.

Andrea Smith on Colonialism and Anti-Black Racism

Andrea Smith on Colonialism and Anti-Black Racism

Since 2000, colonialism has been an important part of the Damascus Road Antiracism Analysis Training. Andrea Smith brings her insightful analysis in this fine piece on her Decolonization blog, “The Colonialism That is Settled and the Colonialism That Never Happened.” With a historical analysis, she points to the interconnections between settler colonialism and anti-Black racism: [S]ettler colonialism does not
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I Don’t Feel Bad About Being White, 1

I Don’t Feel Bad About Being White, 1

So true: Critiquing “whiteness” doesn’t degrade white people. Rather it expects white people to be mature and open to growth.

Tammerie Day wrote this post reflecting

Tammerie Day wrote this post reflecting

Tammerie Day wrote this post reflecting on 2 workshops ROJ presented at #WildGooseFest http://ow.ly/yyXDi

Round Up: The Rodger Murders, Misogyny, and White Supremacy

Round Up: The Rodger Murders, Misogyny, and White Supremacy

A lot is being written about the mass killing spree of Elliot Rodger. I though I’d just post a quick summary and link to some articles, but the more I read, the more wished articles took on a more rounded, intersectional analysis. Rodger’s complex story includes male entitlement and misogyny, internalized racism/white supremacy, heteronormativity, mental illness, and
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Vincent Harding has Transitioned

Vincent Harding has Transitioned

Vincent Harding, one of the great Civil Rights leaders, died yesterday. Roots of Justice feels a special connection to him, since he and his wife Rosemarie we involved in some early racial justice work with Mennonite Central Committee, ROJ’s former parent organization. “You can’t start a movement,” Harding said, “but you can prepare for one.” via Rest
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