“Racial-Sexism, Gendered-Colorism, Desensitization, and Black Masculinity: Why Black Males Need to Identify Racial-Sexism Against Them” – by Dr. T. Hasan Johnson

I decided to write this piece because on an almost daily basis, I see Black males endure sexism. Yet because there is little vocabulary on what sexism looks like for them, it goes ignored. In fact, most people have no sense that it impacts Black males at all. More to the point, Black males themselves have no sense when they’re being sexually discriminated against either, whether in the workplace or in personal social situations. Continue Reading!

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