Race is politicized, but it’s not necessarily political . . . . Confronting racism is not a political move; it is a necessary one.
This past weekend, for the first time in my life, my attention was drawn to a football game between Harvard and Yale. Though, I suppose, that’s not entirely accurate, because I didn’t watch a minute of the game itself. What I saw was the story that the game was delayed by a student protest ofContinue reading “On Changing the World”