Comparing the Games We Play: The Limits of Privilege-Checking

Instead of trying to decide whether a Muslim kid of African descent really built a clock or just assembled its pieces from a hobby kit at Radio Shack, maybe we should be asking why that isn’t enough to merit recognition in a STEM-loving world with kids who've never seen a soldering iron.

Better Loss Next Time: Lessons Learned on Black and White

I should be good at chess. I'm a big picture guy with an eye for strategy. Problem solving is my wheelhouse. And when it comes to the serious, I play to win. But for the life of me I cannot win a game. It's a wonder that I even manage getting second place. Sure, I … Continue reading Better Loss Next Time: Lessons Learned on Black and White