The contributors to this blog will post and link blogs that they find interesting, unique, or just damn good. All contributors of this blog have blogs of their own that deal with issues of racism, white privilege, white supremacy, and radical politics (i.e. radical feminism, Marxism, etc.).
Y. Carrington: She’s the author of the blog The Primary Contradiction and was born, and lives in, Raleigh, North Carolina. Yolanda, an African American, is a writer, a political activist, and a radical feminist. Her goals include writing books, public speaking, and traveling the world. Her blog, The Primary Contradiction (TPC), is dedicated to exploring systems of dominant power. The system that concerns the contributors over at TPC is white male supremacy, a six-centuries-old system that impacts people all over the globe. White male supremacy (WMS) is the system and ideology that undergirds capitalism and imperialism. WMS discourse dominates the Internet. This is why women of color’s Internet participation is so important to her.
Carlo Montemayor: Is the co-creator of the blog Double Consciousness, a blog that “is dedicated towards the study and refutation of white supremacy and white privilege in American society and the study of contemporary racist thought and how it effects people of color and whites.” Carlo is a fourth year student and majors in Sociology and minors in Asian American Studies. He is a former history coordinator for the Pilipino American Collegiate Endeavour, an organization at San Francisco State University that does community work for the Pilipino American community and helps educate fellow Pilipino American students on history, culture, and community issues. He is also active in the League of Filipino Students (SFSU Chapter), the only international offshoot of the Marxist-Leninist-Maoist League of Filipino Students in the Philippines, a student activist organization.
Jack Stephens: Is the co-creator of the blog Double Consciousness, a blog that “is dedicated towards the study and refutation of white supremacy and white privilege in American society and the study of contemporary racist thought and how it effects people of color and whites.” He’s also the author of the blog The Mustard Seed, which tackles issues of U.S. foreign policy and theology and The Ghost of Tom Joad, a blog about his experiences at his UPS job while being a Teamster shop steward. He graduated with his bachelors in journalism and minor in religious studies at San Francisco State University and is now a postulant for the priesthood in the Episcopal Church.