The documentary "Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America" is essential viewing, arriving at a crucial moment when too many deny racism happens. The film revolves around a lawyer's comprehensive talk on anti-Black racism.
Book review: Whatever flaws the 1619 Project may have, it is a valuable view of a shadow stream of U.S. history through the eyes of those who understand, more clearly than anyone without dark skin can, the lasting effects of it.
Book excerpt: Could motherhood rewild itself into a healing and nourishing space in which to dwell? Dare I hope that if freed from the meddling of outside hands, my soul could be its own self-sustaining ecosystem?