Race in Britain

This is inspired by a blogger whose blog is about various books that they are reading every week throughout the year. The blogger’s name is Ashley and she sparked my interest in having a conversation about race in Britain when she discussed a novel written by Reni Eddo-Lodge, a journalist who no longer likes talkingContinue reading “Race in Britain”

Race in Literature

The case of majoring in English has always been a debate when I enrolled into school at Virginia Commonwealth University. It has lot to do with the fact that I spent a majority of my childhood reading so many novels that I knew it would be a waste of money to reread those same novelsContinue reading “Race in Literature”

The Andersons

Here is a detailed analysis of how internalized racism can break apart a family. The first section serves as the last documented words from Mrs. Margaret Anderson that were caught on camera within the office of a licensed clinical psychologist by the name of Helga Brinkley. Brinkley: And Mrs. Anderson, I understand that you haveContinue reading “The Andersons”