Vegan Chews & Progressive News {7-3-15}

Chickpeas & Changes’s “Vegan Chews & Progressive News” series strives to promote artful vegan food and progressive discussion of social issues—both of which I view as necessary in fostering a society that prioritizes the well-being of all creatures (not just the rich, white, or human) over the continuous striving for profit/resource accumulation.

Just a reminder about the exciting news that Chickpeas & Change is now accepting submissions! I’m thrilled to be able to open this space up to voices from the anti-speciesist, feminist, anti-racist community. Check out this page for submission guidelines.

Hello, all! Today’s edition of Vegan Chews & Progressive News (# NewsandChews) features some truly artful nosh, including a pizza crust made out of crispy potatoes and a bubblegum-pink vegan French macaron ready to impress. Then, for news, I’m sharing a piece providing a critical, “let’s-celebrate-but-also-remember-how-much-work-still-needs-to-be-done” perspective on last week’s same-sex marriage SCOTUS decision, a video on why the onus should not fall on systemically oppressed people to “educate” others, and an exciting new anthology that’s seeking submissions. Onward!

Favorite Newly Published Recipe

Savory

Potato-Crusted Pizza with Garlic Scape Pesto & Squash Blossoms
Via Gratitude & Greens

Photo via Genevieve at Gratitude & Greens.

Photo via Genevieve at Gratitude & Greens.

Crispy potatoes, springtime produce, and the mystical squash blossom all in one truly creative pizza? Count me in!

Sweet

Raspberry-Rose Macarons
Via My Wife Makes

Photo via Amrita at My Wife Makes.

Photo via Amrita at My Wife Makes.

The latest in the ongoing aquafaba (chickpea liquid) meringue excitement! After numerous samplings of Sweet Maresa‘s life-changing vegan French macarons, I’m thrilled at the prospect of experimenting with my own.

Best Recipe I Made This Week

Banana Crumb Muffins
Via Minimalist Baker

Photo via Dana Schultz.

Photo via Dana Schultz.

With an overload of bananas in my summer cooperative house, what can one do but make banana bread? Drawing upon my childhood nostalgia, I whipped up a batch of banana-walnut muffins–veganized versions of the treat I enjoyed during every visit to my grandmother’s house. Predictably, the muffins disappeared in mere hours. Hurrah for co-op living!

Must-Read Article

Interrupting Pride for Black Lives
By Kelly Hayes at Truthout

Participants in the #BlackOutPride contingent rally the crowd as they march toward the site of their action. (Photo: Kelly Hayes)

Participants in the #BlackOutPride contingent rally the crowd as they march toward the site of their action. (Photo: Kelly Hayes)

In light of the recent Supreme Court decision in support of same-sex marriage in the, it’s important to both celebrate, and to remember that we still have much to struggle for in order to fully enfranchise LGBTQ people in the U.S.

Favorite Podcast Episode or Video

Why Pressuring Someone to ‘Educate’ You About Their Struggles Is Oppression, Not Understanding
By Kat Blaque at Everyday Feminism

Photo via Kat Blaque.

Photo via Kat Blaque.

If ya’ll haven’t checked out the work of artist and activist Kat Blaque, I would highly recommend doing so. In her latest video, Kat explains why asking someone of a systemically marginalized group to “educate” you about the daily oppression they face contributes to that very oppressive power dynamic, and how to better go about working in solidarity with them.

Book Recommendation Awesome Projects You Should Totally Check Out

Call for Contributions to “Queering Animal Liberation,” VINE Sanctuary’s New Anthology
Via VINE Sanctuary

Anthology editors / Photo via VINE Sanctuary.

Anthology editors / Photo via VINE Sanctuary.

The fantastic, always intersectional activists and sanctuary caretakers over at VINE are at it again, this time in a brand new anthology on the important work of Queering Animal Liberation. Submit your stuff!

In solidarity, Ali.

Vegan Chews & Progressive News {6-26-15}

Chickpeas & Changes’s “Vegan Chews & Progressive News” series strives to promote artful vegan food and progressive discussion of social issues—both of which I view as necessary in fostering a society that prioritizes the well-being of all creatures (not just the rich, white, or human) over the continuous striving for profit/resource accumulation.

Just a reminder about the exciting news that Chickpeas & Change is now accepting submissions! I’m thrilled to be able to open this space up to voices from the anti-speciesist, feminist, anti-racist community. Check out this page for submission guidelines.

Hi, everyone! It’s Friday and that means another edition of Vegan Chews & Progressive News (# NewsandChews). Today I’d like to share with ya’ll three very green, very flavorful recipes, as well as a surprisingly wonderful article about living with non-human animals whom we usually consider “pests,” coverage of Charleston by an on-the-ground journalist, and an organization seeking to cultivate radical reform in the U.S. school system. Ya’ll ready?

Favorite Newly Published Recipe

Savory

Tofu Green Curry
Via Harriet Emily

Photo via Harriet Emily.

Photo via Harriet Emily.

I normally pass by curry recipes since to me the dish screams for improvisation and spontaneity, but this verdant curry from Harriet Emily struck me with its crispy, salty-sweet tofu, tender broccoli, sweet peas, and super thick texture.

Sweet

Lime Whipped Cream, Blueberry & Sunbutter Granola Parfaits
Via The Vegan 8

Photo via Brandi at The Vegan 8.

Photo via Brandi at The Vegan 8.

Another green & coconutty recipe! Creamy desserts like ice cream, pudding, and whipped cream are certainly my favorites, but what really gets me about this parfait is the simple yet surprisingly original sunbutter-molasses granola. An ideal summer dessert, if you ask me.

Best Recipe I Made This Week

Rainbow Salad with Creamy Horseradish-Caraway Dressing
Inspired by Happyolks

Photo via Kelsey Boyte.

Photo via Kelsey Boyte.

For my turn at co-op dinner cooking last week, I wanted to make a veggie-packed kale salad with a Vegenaise-based dressing. So I threw some kale, red cabbage, carrots, radishes, raisins, and toasted peanuts into an enormous bowl and doused it all in a dressing adapted from Kelsey’s slaw: lemon juice, mustard, maple syrup, Vegenaise, caraway seeds, and horseradish. A huge hit with my housemates!

Must-Read Article(s)

Every Creeping Thing That Creepeth
By Alison Kinney at The New York Times

Photo via Getty Images.

Photo via Getty Images.

I’m hard-pressed to find writing on non-human animals (even from vegan advocates) that doesn’t refer to animals as “its” or otherwise objectify them, that doesn’t use animals as mere symbols for the human experience, and that truly appreciates animals as legitimate beings in their own right. Miraculously, this article by journalist Alison Kinney does! After living with cockroaches and housemates who didn’t want to be living with them, this article hits close to home (literally).

Favorite Podcast Episode or Video

Collier Meyerson on Charleston Shooting
Via Radio Dispatch

Photo via Collier Meyerson's Twitter.

Photo via Collier Meyerson’s Twitter.

In the midst of Charleston reporting that centers murderer Dylan Roof (thus giving him more power) rather than focusing on the community’s response, as well as media that refuses to refer to Roof as a terrorist, Collier Meyerson’s discussion of the current state of Charleston and its broader implications is refreshing and necessary. Give it a listen.

Book Recommendation Awesome Projects You Should Totally Check Out

Rethinking Schools

Photo via Rethinking Schools.

Photo via Rethinking Schools.

Since living with a housemate whose primary passion is radical education reform, I’ve become super interested in the politics of progressive education and have tried to seek out further resources on the issue. Rethinking Schools is one of my favorite resources I’ve found thus far, and their weekly email list is chock full of thought-provoking, changemaking gems. Check them out!

In solidarity, Ali.

Vegan Chews & Progressive News {6-19-15}

Chickpeas & Changes’s “Vegan Chews & Progressive News” series strives to promote artful vegan food and progressive discussion of social issues—both of which I view as necessary in fostering a society that prioritizes the well-being of all creatures (not just the rich, white, or human) over the continuous striving for profit/resource accumulation.

Just a reminder about the exciting news that Chickpeas & Change is now accepting submissions! I’m thrilled to be able to open this space up to voices from the anti-speciesist, feminist, anti-racist community. Check out this page for submission guidelines.

Hi, folks! I hope you’ve been finding love, joy, and good weather in these perpetually tragic times. This week on Vegan Chews & Progressive News (# NewsandChews), I’m sharing with ya’ll two unorthodox salads to perhaps lighten the mood as much as they lighten the palate, as well as one surprisingly creative dessert recipe that will have you heading out to your nearest campground (or maybe just your backyard). For stories, I’m featuring an (I think) important perspective on the Charleston massacre, a video that offers an ever-necessary critique of the privileged dynamics of animal advocacy circles, and a book by one of my very favorite professors about how we can sufficiently feel rather than just intellectualize the immense atrocities happening all around us. What a way to start off the weekend!

Favorite Newly Published Recipe

Savory

Kale Salad with Tofu Feta, Sun-Dried Tomatoes & Lemon-Hemp Dressing
Via Choosing Raw

Photo via Gena Hamshaw.

Photo via Gena Hamshaw.

Sweet

Skillet S’Mores Dip
Via A Dash of Compassion

Photo via Nicole Axworthy.

Photo via Nicole Axworthy.

Best Recipe I Made This Week

Cucumber, Pineapple & Tomato Salad with “Asian” Dressing
Via Alexis Touchet at Gourmet Magazine

Photo via Romulo Yanes.

Photo via Romulo Yanes.

Must-Read Article(s)

There’s One Word the Media Isn’t Using When Talking About the Charleston Shooter
Via Zak Cheney-Rice at Mic.com

Photo via David Goldman/AP.

Photo via David Goldman/AP.

Favorite Podcast Episode or Video

Critiquing Privilege in Animal Advocacy Circles
Via Burning Hearts Media with lauren Ornelas, A. Breeze Harper, & Jacqueline Morr at the Resistance Ecology 2015 Conference in Portland, OR

Photo via Burning Hearts Media.

Photo via Burning Hearts Media.

Book Recommendation

Colonial Signs of International Relations
By Himadeep Muppidi

Photo via Oxford University Press.

Photo via Oxford University Press.

In solidarity, Ali.

Vegan Chews & Progressive News {6-12-15}

Chickpeas & Changes’s “Vegan Chews & Progressive News” series strives to promote artful vegan food and progressive discussion of social issues—both of which I view as necessary in fostering a society that prioritizes the well-being of all creatures (not just the rich, white, or human) over the continuous striving for profit/resource accumulation.

Just a reminder about the exciting news that Chickpeas & Change is now accepting submissions! I’m thrilled to be able to open this space up to voices from the anti-speciesist, feminist, anti-racist community. Check out this page for submission guidelines.

Hi, folks! I’ve got another round of Vegan Chews & Progressive News (# NewsandChews) for you today, featuring two hearty summer salads and an oh-so chunky granola that’s sure to start your morning off right. Oh, and of course lots of important news about why we should look critically at human rights rhetoric, an overview of the differences between sex and gender, and a compilation of Black vegans who are debunking the claim that “veganism is white.” Let’s get to it!

Favorite Newly Published Recipe

Savory

Green Bean & Purple Potato Salad
Via Love and Lemons

Photo via Jeanine Donofrio.

Photo via Jeanine Donofrio.

Sweet

Clumpy Banana & Almond Butter Granola with Cacao Nibs
Via Oh, Ladycakes

Photo via Ashlae at Oh, Ladycakes.

Photo via Ashlae at Oh, Ladycakes.

Best Recipe I Made This Week

Best Ever Warm Summer Rice
Via Blissful Basil

Photo via Ashley DeMillo.

Photo via Ashley DeMillo.

Must-Read Article(s)

Why Human Rights Don’t Work for Me
By Lydia Lopez

Eleanor Roosevelt and The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Photo via The Feminist Wire.

Eleanor Roosevelt and The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Photo via The Feminist Wire.

Favorite Podcast Episode or Video

What’s the Difference Between Sex and Gender?
By Mariana Wantanabe

Photo via Everyday Feminism.

Photo via Everyday Feminism.

Book Recommendation Awesome Projects You Should Totally Check Out

#BlackVegansRock: 100 Black Vegans to Check Out
By Aph Ko at Striving with Systems

Photo via Aph Ko.

Photo via Aph Ko.

In solidarity, Ali.

Vegan Chews & Progressive News {6-5-15}

Chickpeas & Changes’s “Vegan Chews & Progressive News” series strives to promote artful vegan food and progressive discussion of social issues—both of which I view as necessary in fostering a society that prioritizes the well-being of all creatures (not just the rich, white, or human) over the continuous striving for profit/resource accumulation.

Just a reminder about the exciting news that Chickpeas & Change is now accepting submissions! I’m thrilled to be able to open this space up to voices from the anti-speciesist, feminist, anti-racist community. Check out this page for submission guidelines.

Hi, all, and welcome to yet another round of Vegan Chews & Progressive News (# NewsandChews)! Sorry about missing last week’s post; I was knee-deep in extra-large cardboard boxes and winter clothing to transfer into storage…hooray for moving back home for the summer! Now that I’m settled in Madison (living in another decades-old co-op & working at my local farmed animal sanctuary), I’m pleased to recommence the # NewsandChews party.

This one features two unpretentious yet show-stopping dishes–the first, appropriate for spring; the second, ideal for summer–as well as a luscious dessert with minimal ingredients and maximum satisfaction. Then, for stories, I’ll share some (I feel) important critiques on the manner in which media coverage has portrayed Caitlyn Jenner and her transition, and the issues that such coverage obscures. Plus, an adorably succinct animated vid on consent, and one of the most emotionally honest books I’ve ever read. Enjoy!

Favorite Newly Published Recipe

Savory

Caramelized Fennel on Herbed Polenta
Via 101 Cookbooks

herbed-polenta-recipe

Photo via Heidi Swanson.

Fennel will soon arrive at the farmers’ market, which means that tons of juicy, succulent, summery joy will enter into my life once more. And what better way to add to that joy than with creamy polenta, vibrant herbs, and a touch of ever-magical maple syrup? Just make sure to sub coconut oil for the ghee and vegan hard cheese like Treeline for the Pecorino, y’hear?

Sweet

Peanut Butter-Banana Cookie Dough Shake
Via Blissful Basil

Photo via Ashley DeMillo.

Photo via Ashley DeMillo.

I just wasn’t really aware that it was possible to fit this much sweet creamy deliciousness into one glass…

Best Recipe I Made This Week

Caponata Panzanella
Via The First Mess

Photo via Laura Wright.

Photo via Laura Wright.

Part of one of the last meals my Ferry housemates and I shared as a house, this panzanella is chock-full of juicy roasted vegetables, impeccably textured bread, and savory undertones of oregano. Make a big batch and enjoy it for the whole week.

Must-Read Article(s)

Commentary on Media Coverage of Caitlyn Jenner

Photo via Vanity Fair.

Photo via Vanity Fair.

Hooray for increased trans visibility and respectful (for the most part) recounting of Caitlyn Jenner’s story, but boo to the obscuring effect that media coverage of Caitlyn’s narrative has on the experiences of less privileged trans people. Below are three articles that delve into the details of this obscuring:

Do You Applaud Caitlyn Jenner Because She Is Brave, or Because She’s Pretty?
Via Meredith Talusan at The Guardian

Call Her Caitlyn But Then Let’s Move on to the Issues Affecting the Trans Community
Via Chase Strangio at Common Dreams

Revealing Caitlyn Jenner: My Thoughts on Media, Privilege, Healthcare Access & Glamour
Via Janet Mock

Favorite Podcast Episode or Video

Tea & Consent
Via Blue Seat Studios

Photo via Blue Seat Studios.

Photo via Blue Seat Studios.

I’m a bit late to the game on this video (though I totally would have shared it last week had I not been all in a tizzy with packing), but just in case some of ya’ll haven’t seen it yet, please enjoy this supremely coherent and simple explanation of consent, as told by stick figures with tea.

Book Recommendation

Fun Home
By Alison Bechdel

Photo via Publishers' Weekly.

Photo via Publishers’ Weekly.

Alison Bechdel‘s work — starting with her comic strip Dykes to Watch Out For and moving into her graphic novels — has been widely celebrated for a while now, even in the form of a Broadway play. And yet, it took me until last week to finally get my hands on her seminal text Fun Homeone of the most emotionally honest, relatable books I’ve encountered in a great while. Don’t be surprised if you finish this one in a single sitting.

In solidarity, Ali.

Vegan Chews & Progressive News {5-22-15}

Chickpeas & Changes’s “Vegan Chews & Progressive News” series strives to promote artful vegan food and progressive discussion of social issues—both of which I view as necessary in fostering a society that prioritizes the well-being of all creatures (not just the rich, white, or human) over the continuous striving for profit/resource accumulation.

Just a reminder about the exciting news that Chickpeas & Change is now accepting submissions! I’m thrilled to be able to open this space up to voices from the anti-speciesist, feminist, anti-racist community. Check out this page for submission guidelines.

Hello, all, and welcome to another edition of Vegan Chews & Progressive News (# NewsandChews)! First, let me apologize for not publishing a post this past Monday–I was finishing up the last of my college finals and couldn’t find the mental energy to devote to crafting a post. Rest assured, though, C&C will be up and publishing once again next Monday. But for now, enjoy the best of the week’s recipes and stories (well, at least IMHO).

Favorite Newly Published Recipe

Savory

Crisp Chickpea & Kale Salad with Apricots, Fried Fennel, & Tahini-Avocado Goddess Dressing
Via Will Frolic for Food

Photo via Renee Byrd.

Photo via Renee Byrd.

Wow, hi, thank you for combining a great many fabulous ingredients into a hearty, complexly layered salad. And for introducing me to the flavor combination of caramelized fennel and apricots! I bet it’s winning…

Sweet

Apple Crumble Breakfast Parfait
Via To Her Core

Photo via Dearna of To Her Core.

Photo via Dearna of To Her Core.

I’m not usually one for hot, porridge-y breakfasts, but this one — layered between tender apples, tangy yogurt (vegan, please), spiced nuts and seeds — may just change my mind.

Best Recipe I Made This Week

Chickpea Salad Sandwich
Via Olives for Dinner

Photo via Jeff Wysocarski.

Photo via Jeff Wysocarski.

In case you’re new to C&C, let me reveal to you my undying affection for (vegan) mayonnaise-based salads, especially those that involve smashed chickpeas. This one from Erin over at Olives for Dinner serves as a pretty standard chickpea salad template, a huge batch of which my housemates (understandably) scarfed down over the course of two days.

Must-Read Article(s)

I want to highlight two articles today, in order to emphasize a pair of this week’s biggest news stories (at least in the media that I consume on a daily basis…which is more than The New Republic, I promise).

Could the Boston Marathon Bomber Receive a Fair Trial in Boston?
By Karen Pita Loor at The New Republic

From The Guardian:: "Demonstrators against the death penalty stand outside federal court in Boston during first day of the penalty phase for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev." Photograph: John Tlumacki/AP.

From The Guardian: “Demonstrators against the death penalty stand outside federal court in Boston during first day of the penalty phase for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.” Photograph: John Tlumacki/AP.

After a federal court sentenced Dzhokhar Tsarnaev — the Boston Marathon bomber — to death (despite the fact that Massachusetts has long outlawed the death penalty) this past week, discussions of capital punishment and the implications of a death-qualified jury have come to the fore. This article from Karen Pita Loor distills some of those discussions.

Data-Driven Policing
By Jamil Smith at The New Republic

From NJ.com: "Camden County Officer Virginia Matias (second from right) sits with President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, as they meet with rank-and-file law enforcement officials from across the country in the Oval Office, Feb. 24, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)."

From NJ.com: “Camden County Officer Virginia Matias (second from right) sits with President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, as they meet with rank-and-file law enforcement officials from across the country in the Oval Office, Feb. 24, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza).”

Whenever Obama announces something seemingly progressive, it’s prudent to take a critical look at that something. Most recently, Obama revealed that he would “prohibit some equipment made for the battlefield that is not appropriate for local police departments.” De-militarizing police? Sure! But wait…this article by Jamil Smith discusses some of the not-so-great implications of this new policy.

Favorite Podcast Episode or Video

Unconventional Wisdom
Via Disorderly Conduct

Photo via Tarbell Industries.

Photo via Tarbell Industries.

If you’ve never listened to Alexis and Jesse’s progressive labor-and-economics-focused podcast, I would highly recommend that you add it to your regular listening repertoire. This particular episode features an interview with Maya Schenwar, one of my favorite journalists, editor-in-chief at Truthout, and author of the new book against mass incarceration, entitled Locked Down, Locked Out.

Book Recommendation

Poetics of Relation
By Edouard Glissant

Photo via TheFunambulist.net.

Photo via TheFunambulist.net.

For me the overarching theme of this spring semester has involved investigating the question of how to coexist in the world with others. Glissant’s poetic work does a marvelously artistic job of pointing out where typically unquestioned ideologies prevent us from building community, and of suggesting where we might look in developing new strategies for how to challenge individualism in the name of Relation.

In solidarity, Ali.

Vegan Chews & Progressive News {5-15-15}

Chickpeas & Changes’s “Vegan Chews & Progressive News” series strives to promote artful vegan food and progressive discussion of social issues—both of which I view as necessary in fostering a society that prioritizes the well-being of all creatures (not just the rich, white, or human) over the continuous striving for profit/resource accumulation.

Just a reminder about the exciting news that Chickpeas & Change is now accepting submissions! I’m thrilled to be able to open this space up to voices from the anti-speciesist, feminist, anti-racist community. Check out this page for submission guidelines.

Hi, friends! Happy Vegan Chews & Progressive News (# NewsandChews) Day, amirite? Enjoy some spicy, messy tacos before cooling off and cleansing your palate with an intriguingly flavored, dairy-free ice cream that you could totally scoop onto the final recipe featured today (yummm…). In not so yummy news, I’m sharing with ya’ll a phenomenal piece of investigative journalism on the 34 students disappeared in Mexico lat year, the latest in treating police officers as exceptional in the face of murdered Black people, and a must-read scholarly article for any and all white people concerned with racial justice.

Favorite Newly Published Recipe

Savory

Jackfruit Asada Street Tacos
Via Fettle Vegan

Photo via Amber St. Peter.

Photo via Amber St. Peter.

When I can get my hands on it, jackfruit provides me with an ideal ingredient platform for creamy “chicken”-style salads to spread on sandwiches, and for spicy BBQ “pulled pork” to slather on a bun. In these taacos, jackfruit sports a brightly flavored marinade that I can easily envision myself enjoying on my backyard patio in the summertime.

Sweet

French Tarragon & Olive Oil Ice Cream
Via The Circus Gardener’s Kitchen

Photo via Steve Dent.

Photo via Steve Dent.

Put herbs in a dessert and I’ll be all over it, especially when that dessert has some creamy-coconutty yumminess goin’ on.

Best Recipe I Made This Week

Bread Pudding
Inspired by Fat-Free Vegan Kitchen

Photo via Susan Voisin.

Photo via Susan Voisin.

What do you do when you and your housemate discover over 30 loaves of totally edible bread sitting outside of the dumpster behind a health food store? You take them back to your co-op and stick ’em all in the freezer. And then you start worrying that all this bread is never going to get eaten before we all have to leave campus for the summer in three weeks so you make bread pudding.

Must-Read Article

Ghosts of Iguala–Mexico: Case Unravels in Disappearance of 43 Students
By Ryan Devereaux at The Intercept

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Protestors confront police in front of the 27th Infantry Battalion base in Iguala on January 12, 2015. (Eric Chavelas Hernandez/Anadolu/Getty)

I first heard about Ryan’s coverage of this intricate and ongoing story on the Radio Dispatch podcast, and immediately ran over to The Intercept to read his two-part investigation. If you’ve been at all following the case of the 43 disappeared students in Mexico and the larger political context of such an event, this phenomenal instance of journalism is a must-read.

Favorite Podcast Episode or Video

Wisconsin Activists to Continue Protests After Cop Avoids Charges in Killing of Tony Robinson
Via Democracy Now!

Protestors marched for justice for Tony Robinson, and for all black people. Photograph: Michael P. King/AP

Protestors marched for justice for Tony Robinson, and for all black people. Photograph: Michael P. King/AP

Remember back to March when a police officer in my hometown of Madison, WI forced his way into the home of Tony Robinson and fatally shot the Black teenager? Well, big surprise, no charges have been brought against that police officer. I think I’m starting to see a pattern here…

Book Recommendation

White Fragility
By Robin DiAngelo

Photo via The Pundit Press.

Photo via The Pundit Press.

Okay, so it’s not a book, but it’s a really great scholarly article! We read this piece by Robin DiAngelo in a workshop hosted on my college campus on white identity formation and anti-racist work, and it really resonated with my journey as a white person coming to racial consciousness. I’d highly recommend this article to all white people concerned with racial justice (which should be all white people…).

In solidarity, Ali.