ABOUT Mychal Denzel Smith
December 03, 2012
Who told little boys it's OK to pull little girls' hair? Mychal Denzel Smith digs into this question and its larger implications on Ebony.
A funny-yet-sad, election-inspired website highlights a racial rift. Whose country is it, anyway?
Those who have enjoyed privilege need saving from their own myopia, Mychal Denzel Smith argues in a piece for the Guardian.
A years-old cornrow-and-dreadlock ban highlights a culture mired in the "politics of respectability."
Ebony's Mychal Denzel Smith says that Basketball Wives and other outrageous television shows are pretty low on the list of things that cause him concern about the African-American community.
Mychal Denzel Smith at Ebony digs into how he, as a heterosexual man, has become an ally for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and why more black people should follow his lead.
Ebony's Mychal Denzel Smith says that black men face life in America with a coping strategy that's not unlike the psychological model for processing grief.
Writing for Ebony, Mychal Denzel Smith says that black Millennials look back at the unrest and destruction of 1992 and ask, "What did that accomplish?"
In an opinion piece for Ebony magazine, Mychal Denzel Smith writes that rape isn't just a women's issue, but far too many men treat it that way.
We can't just talk about racism during a big national story. We need constant dialogue.
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