Archive for the ‘ Internalization of Racist Oppression ’ Category


Which one will you pick? Calling out the fallacy of the Black/White Racial Binary Paradigm, Part III.

Tweet A native of Puerto Rico, Jessica identifies as a “1.5 generation Queer ESL Latina of Puerto Rican descent.” She works as a consultant and core/organizer trainer for Crossroads. Jessica holds a BA in Criminal Justice and Master degrees in Theological Studies and Divinity. In this final post, I am reflecting on the two remaining […]


Which one will you pick? Calling out the fallacy of the Black/White Racial Binary Paradigm, Part II.

Tweet A native of Puerto Rico, Jessica identifies as a “1.5 generation Queer ESL Latina of Puerto Rican descent.” She works as a consultant and core/organizer trainer for Crossroads. Jessica holds a BA in Criminal Justice and Master degrees in Theological Studies and Divinity. Today, I am reflecting of the first three dynamics the Black/White […]


Which one will you pick? Calling out the fallacy of the Black/White Racial Binary Paradigm, Part I.

Tweet A native of Puerto Rico, Jessica identifies as a “1.5 generation Queer ESL Latina of Puerto Rican descent.” She works as a consultant and core/organizer trainer for Crossroads. Jessica holds a BA in Criminal Justice and Masters degrees in Theological Studies and Divinity. I still remember the question: Which one will you pick? It […]


How I Became a Critical Apologist for Antiracism?

Tweet Jo Ann Mundy is one of two co-Executive Directors of ERAC/Ce (Eliminating Racism and Claiming/Celebrating Equality), and a Core Organizer-Trainer for Crossroads Antiracism Organizing and Training, a national partner working collaboratively with ERAC/Ce toward the institutionalization of racial justice in public and private institutions throughout southwest Michigan. Currently Jo Ann serves on the boards […]