Nolan is Executive Director of the Center for Social Justice at UC Berkeley School of Law. Her new book is Don't Let It Get You Down: Essays on Race, Gender and the Body. You can follow her on Instagram and on her blog.
It's Time For White People to Have Tough Conversations
I recently had dinner with a white friend. He mentioned having completed the Me and White Supremacy workbook—Layla F. Saad’s extraordinary set of exercises for people who hold white privilege and want to interrogate its...By Savala Nolan February 7, 2022
My Father's Life Was Shaped by Racism. So Was His Death
From the time he was sixty until he died, my dad lived on a ranch where, instead of using money to pay rent to the white couple who owned and lived on the property, he...By Savala Nolan July 16, 2021
White People Should Be Twice as Kind Now
I’d just finished a long evening walk in my neighborhood and was relaxed for the first time in days when I saw the white woman washing her Lexus. She probably didn’t know she was about...By Savala Nolan August 17, 2020
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