America’s crisis management has excluded systemic oppression
By Shayler Richmond Following the police killing of over 100 Black people in the first four months of his presidency, and the American COVID-19 death toll reaching almost 600,000 people, President Joe Biden addressed a COVID-safe Congress. Despite America’s inability to move on behalf of equity for Black people, President Biden said “America […]
A fashion forward start for Madame Vice President
Treonna Turner The inauguration on Jan. 20, 2021, marked a forever night of change for so many Americans, arguably the most important shift was Kamala Harris taking office as the first Black and South Asian woman Vice President. Enrichment needs perspective. Already Rich Fam? Sign in Click Here to subscribe to RMD for $1 […]
The privilege of American democracy
Shayler Richmond The privileges of American democracy have never been equitably or equally distributed, instead, non-white Americans are required to walk the line between global privilege and national oppression. Enrichment needs perspective. Already Rich Fam? Sign in Click Here to subscribe to RMD for $1 a month Subscribe for $12 a year
America can no longer watch Black people burn.
By Shayler Richmond Photo by Mathias P.R. Reding What is more American, white privilege or freedom? From the perspective of the most vulnerable; we are the people being slain by police, our lives have only been lived through oppression, and all of our progression has always been the byproduct of our disruption. Enrichment needs perspective. […]