Author: Saudia Durrant

It can be extremely difficult to exist as a Black woman and navigate dialogues on matters concerning race and gender, especially when the two are entangled.

As we begin this new year, we must take steps to ensure that unjust killings of innocent brothers and sisters come to an end.

2015 was a defining year of social and political achievements in the African-American community, ranging from Bree Newsome relieving South Carolina of its Confederate flag to the lack of police officer indictments in the Tamir Rice and Sandra Bland cases.

There were so many amazing shows out during the late 90’s and early 00’s that gave positive images of black families. Despite the current success of shows like “Empire,” “Black-Ish,” and “Scandal,” there is so much more work that has to be done.

WURD blogger Saudia Durrant raises a few questions for people who truly believe racism doesn’t exist.

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