EDITORIAL: Explaining the “A White Girl’s Guide to Privilege” April Fool’s article

Photo courtesy of Snopes In a world inundated by fake news, it feels empowering to reclaim that by intentionally producing satire. Mimicking the real world allows for truth to, oddly enough, shine through. Sometimes raw truth is too harsh, controversial or “close to home.” It is often easier to discuss complex and sticky situations by … Continue reading EDITORIAL: Explaining the “A White Girl’s Guide to Privilege” April Fool’s article

SERIES: A White girl’s guide to embracing privilege

Photo courtesy of Brittany Wells I’m tired of conversations about privilege. I can’t help the life I was born with, and I certainly don’t owe anyone anything just because I was born this way. Being White or being Black doesn’t matter. We’ve had a Black president who fought for Black people, and I was respectful … Continue reading SERIES: A White girl’s guide to embracing privilege

A White Girl’s Guide series: final reflection

Photo courtesy of Brittany Wells and Marley Bangert | Staff Writer Brittany wells wraps up her series with a reflection on the work she's done. Privilege is blinding. If you’ve lived your entire life with a VIP sticker on your back, that you never knew was there or knew any different, but the rest of … Continue reading A White Girl’s Guide series: final reflection