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‘It’s not a black person’s job to teach white people about racism because they just showed up to the party’
I was hesitant to own my grief and afraid to pursue rest. Then I examined why.
The abuse black women face is so invisible and normalized
We asked Amika Cooper to draw her thoughts and emotions for five days
I was born with trauma encoded into my DNA and I will take trauma to the grave with me
Refinery29, Bustle and Ban.do are rocked by allegations of racism
I have aged and I have ached. I have sobbed and laughed and danced and mourned.
One ran from a barreling semi-truck; another got tear-gassed by police
‘I’m not racist, I just don’t want to get the virus,’ one patient told me
In my life, the slightest indication of anger was fraught with punishment