Martin Luther King, Jr. and Positive Extremism

In his “Letter From Birmingham Jail,” dated April 16, 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr. addressed the subject of extremism as it applied to the nonviolent direct action he was advocating in Birmingham. Specifically, he was responding to the fact that he had been labeled an extremist by “white moderates” and the Christian leadership of localContinue reading “Martin Luther King, Jr. and Positive Extremism”

Sexism on the Internet?

Every time I turn around someone is crying discrimination or sexism on the internet, even in situations where it’s blatantly obvious that the original writer’s intent was something else entirely. People nowadays can’t seem to distinguish between what true sexism is and what’s meant to be taken lightly or meant to be used as anContinue reading “Sexism on the Internet?”