Post Profile






White Fragility and the Question of Trust

When denial of white fragility is confronted, it becomes a challenge to our rightful place, an unfair moral offense, creating defensiveness rather than reflection. The post White Fragility and the Question of Trust appeared first on The Good Men Project.
read more

share

Related Posts


10 Schools Loading Up on Defense in Recruiting Class of 2014

American Football / College Sports : Bleacher Report - College Football

Offenses have become more potent in today's game, and rule changes have led to more points being scored. Defenses can be at a disadvantage at times, but the right scheme and players can still challenge great offenses. Coaches contin...

A question of morality in politics

Politics / US Politics : PostPartisan

Politics is not a profession that encourages moral reflection or insight. “The ends justify the means” is good enough for most practitioners. But every now and then, you see someone in politics who raises the questions that confront...

'Times' Opinion: Obama the talker needs to become Obama the walker

LGBT / Gay : Good As You

The inaugural mentions were awesome. Now it's a new week: Now that Mr. Obama has declared that he believes denying gay people the right to wed is not only unfair and morally wrong but also legally unsupportable, the urgent question....

Is Obama’s Syria Policy Defensible?

Issues & Causes / Human Rights : Foreign Policy Association

Has Obama has been taking the “least bad” course on Syria? Reflecting on the last two decades of U.S. foreign policy interventions, the answer is yes. The post Is Obama’s Syria Policy Defensible? appeared first on Foreign Policy Blo...

Poll: 44% of white evangelicals think Trump has “strong moral character,” just 18% of those with no religion agree

US Politics / Conservative : Hot Air

Values. The post Poll: 44% of white evangelicals think Trump has “strong moral character,” just 18% of those with no religion agree appeared first on Hot Air.

Comments


Men's Interest
Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC