Note: As always, the posts here are things I have found to be thought-provoking and compelling, but by no means are endorsements of the authors, organizations, and ideas. Also they are posted in no particular order.
10 year-old- Translating for Parents | Oof. This hit right at home for me reading about translating for parents as a child of immigrants.
The Colorblind Rainbow Center Tells us that Nothing is Wrong | McSweeney's hilarious yet disturbing satire about diversity and college campus responses.
Faculty diversity to a university | Great article from The Atlantic about the cost of invisible labor.
Intersectional leadership conceptualization by Black women for Black girls | I normally don't include research articles in the digest, but this one by Dr. Angel M. Nash's and Dr. April L. Peter will be an exception and I highly recommend checking it out~
The Politics of Exhaustion | Okay okay, so another research article, but it's another great one by Dr. Akwugo Emejulu & Dr. Leah Bassel about the exhaustion of activism and solidarity building felt by Women of Color.
Racism and Responsibilization of White Fragility | Very interesting take on Robin DiAngelo's "White Fragility," which has been making top rounds with the anti-racism reader lists.
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