In 1865, during a Anti-Slavery Society meeting, people in the crowd asked Frederick Douglass, “What should we do with the Negro?” Douglass responded, “I have had but one answer from the beginning. Do nothing with us! Your doing with us has already played the mischief with us.” 

In today’s media blitzed political climate how does a white American talk about racism in America while also maintaining some semblance of relevancy among the ever-propagandized social opinion that white America, as a whole, has lost the privilege of participating in a meaningful debate on race? Should white Americans simply take a “back of the bus” position within the public forum when it comes to race relations? We contest that even within the current climate of political “correctness”, even as many defend against an onslaught of “wokeness” from what Orwell so perfectly described as the “Thought Police”, we assert, emphatically, that the answer is no! Continue reading “Where Does White America Find Its Moral Footing?”