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I’m With #Nice but…

Mass incarceration of Muslims is a problem in France.  That is a fact.  While Muslims make up only about 8% of the general French citizenry, between 60 – 70% of all inmates in France are Muslim.  This is only a symptom of the general xenophobia found in the populace.  Unfortunately, because of such attacks, people […]

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Asian Privilege

It does not exist. There’s your answer, there is no such thing as Asian privilege.  If there was, then my being Asian would be seen in the same light as someone’s whiteness.  I would get job offers, leadership positions, educational opportunities, etc. because of my being Asian.  But in reality, that does not happen. Claiming […]

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Do Not Ignore Other People Of Color

I have seen many posts on social media about how “Black Lives Matter” is used for justification to deliberately ignore the struggles of other people of color.  I stand in solidarity with my Black brethren one-hundred percent against police brutality that targets them.  I stand in solidarity with my Black brethren one-hundred percent against the […]

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Privilege Not Prejudice

Prejudice is one thing, but privilege is another.  They are, despite what we think of these two words, not the same thing.  Prejudice is a set of predetermined ideas that someone has about a member of a group of people that see that particular subset of the population in a negative light.  Privilege, on the […]

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Accessible Domain Names

Branding, as you likely know, is increasingly important in a world filled with the imprints of globalization.  And as important as branding is, there does seem to be a disconnect between it and accessibility. “What do you mean?” Good question.  What I mean is that we often do not think about the accessibility of brand […]

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