To Ryan Edward Perry, social justice is meaningless without inclusion and intersectionality. He strives to write in a way that emphasizes the importance of this factor.
By Ryan Edward Perry • Originally published on The Backlight Blog • I was talking with one of my best friends today. She has recently, to my delightful surprise, become quite outspoken and engaging regarding social justice and the current state of American culture and the movements that have risen in that space. My friend, … Continue reading The Pain Of Anger
By Ryan Edward Perry • I did not always appreciate my Blackness. I used to be one of those “I’m not Black, I’m O.J.” types that purposefully eschewed the culture in favor of a more centrist approach to interpersonal relationships. I grew up and still reside in a place called Woodbridge, Virginia, just a half … Continue reading Crown Her With Many Crowns