ABOUT Kirsten West Savali
April 16, 2013
Clutch magazine's Kirsten West Savali says that "pimps masquerading as corporations" are proud stakeholders in the degradation and endangerment of women and must be held accountable.
Clutch magazine's Kirsten West Savali responds to a Wall Street Journal op-ed about the college-admissions process.
Clutch magazine's Kirsten West Savali says that Rick Ross is a "joke" and shouldn't be treated with any more sensitivity than other enemies of the black community.
Writing at Clutch magazine, Kirsten West Savali rebuts the position of The Root's political correspondent, Keli Goff, on controversial billboards stigmatizing young mothers.
Clutch magazine's Kirsten West Savali questions the conventional wisdom that women need a reason to be unfaithful, while men need only an opportunity.
Clutch magazine's Kirsten West Savali recalls Malcolm X's slavery-inspired assessment of African Americans in her call for civil debate about pop-culture controversies.
Clutch magazine's Kirsten West Savali wonders when the African-American men who "slut shame" Olivia Pope's character on the Shonda Rhimes series suddenly developed such strong morals.
Clutch magazine's Kirsten West Savali says there will never be an appropriate time to point out the racialized differences in our reactions to tragedy, so she might as well do it today.
Kirsten West Savali says at Clutch magazine that the reaction to Sharmeka Moffitt's story of a racial assault, which turned out to be fabricated, should make us wonder why we don't get as upset when we harm one another.
"We spend too much time rocking pink ribbons already and not enough money on actual prevention and treatment," Kirsten West Savali writes at Clutch magazine.
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