In a piece for Clutch magazine, Britni Danielle says that Tyler, the Creator's online commercial -- in which a battered white woman has to pick a suspect out of a lineup consisting of black men and a goat -- peddles stereotypes that black men have been fighting for years.
In a piece for Clutch magazine, Britni Danielle explains why "I don't have any female friends" is a giant red flag.
At Clutch magazine, Britni Danielle uses her personal story and those of others to counter the typical gloom-and-doom discussion.
Writing for Clutch magazine, Britni Danielle takes on John McWhorter's claim in a recent Daily News article that racism is on the decline. She argues that, even if racism is a dying phenomenon, that doesn't change much.
At Clutch magazine, Britni Danielle reflects on what she argues is the real issue brought to light by the death of Kasandra Michelle Perkins at the hands of her pro-football-player boyfriend.
Clutch magazine's Britni Danielle runs down the issues that she says keep us trapped: fear, shame and anger.
Clutch magazine's Britni Danielle takes up a blogger's complaint that President Obama's election-night depiction of his daughters as "beautiful" diminished their importance as girls and pandered to women.
Clutch magazine's Britni Danielle says that the U.S. Tennis Association's treatment of Taylor Townsend has everything to do with biases related to race and gender.
Clutch magazine's Britni Danielle says that black women should live by their own rules and not try to fit others' narrow perceptions.