The Commit to C.A.R.E (Care About Racial Equity) Now Initiative will showcase, honor and celebrate the humanity of Black men.
I wonder if teaching my son that nothing is out of reach, regardless of his skin color, is why the urgency of Black Lives Matter has waned in him.
The Talk is a familiar rite of passage in Black families. It speaks volumes about systemic and generational dehumanization that one race endures.
The racial divide in the small western Kansas town I grew up in was very evident. Now my son is witnessing a bigger divide in America.
We have to teach our kids to value all human lives. We have to teach our children that justice matters. We need to stop watching and start acting.
I was worried about bringing him to the protest march due to his safety. However, not taking him would have been one of the biggest mistakes I ever did.