Posts that contain books by author ‘ Systemic racism ’


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 […]


Antiracism Intervention: Crossroads Contribution to the Racial Justice Movement

Tweet “A social movement that only moves people is merely a revolt. A movement that changes both people and institutions is a revolution.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As we enter the month of February, Black History Month, which follows on the heels of MLK DAY, I have been reflecting on the accomplishments of […]