I’ve always had a hard time asking for help from others. Part of it is absolutely due to the toxic nature of masculinity when I grew up in the 80s. Men don’t ask for help. Expressing weakness is to be avoided at all costs. It’s my job to help others, but don’t expect others to help you. And for many who do ask, the help never comes at all. We’re told to “Man up and deal with it.” This is starting to change, but men, we need to do better. And it will take some humility.
An Open Letter to all Parents, School Board Members, and Administrators Regarding CRT.
A defense of Critical Race Theory, especially after the Pandemic.
2021 – Chapter Five: “The Nod”, Being Black Enough, and Black History Month
I knew I’d fall off the wagon, I just hoped it would take longer. I’ve already missed a week of… Read more 2021 – Chapter Five: “The Nod”, Being Black Enough, and Black History Month
I am Not Your Latino – Finding my Hispanic Identiy and Being Found Wanting
Dia de San Patricio
On this St. Patrick’s Day Eve, I’d like to express my gratitude to this country… no, this country’s people. Right… Read more Dia de San Patricio