What You Don’t Know About Being ‘White’ in America

 The current presidential emphasis on constructing a border ‘wall’ between the United States and Mexico, the limitations placed on certain immigrants permitted to enter this country, and the current deportation efforts supported by policy initiatives all possess a common thread. Travel bans are largely focused on countries whose populations can be considered ‘people of color’- […]

A Landmark Inter-racial Union: “Loving” Without Limits

Recently, the New York Times published an article related to and as part of their series, “Race/Related’, about interracial unions, love and marriage. Coincidentally, this month marks the 50th anniversary of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision of Loving vs. Virginia. Before I add my thoughts on what it meant for the Lovings-Mildred and Richard, and all Americans, I have […]