ABOLISHING WHITE MASCULINITY FROM MARK TWAIN TO HIPHOP
Abolishing White Masculinity from Mark Twain to Hiphop examines white American male literature for its social commentary on the construction of whiteness in the United States. Whiteness has always been a contested racial identity in the U.S., one in a state of construction and reconstruction throughout critical cultural and historical moments. This text examines how white American male writers have grappled with understanding themselves and their audiences as white beings.
White Folks: It's Too Late for "Allies" [Op-Ed]
In this moment, moving to abolish racism calls for you to be and accomplice or to completely get out of the way.