Series: White People Homework (27) Reflection

White people: fair warning. This might hurt a little. But you’re tough, right? You can take criticism, reflect, pray, meditate, and reconsider your opinion if you realize it’s doing harm to others. I mean, golden rule and all that. You get it. But–if you don’t–or if you’re still convinced that this conversation is boring or doesn’t pertain to you, not sure we can find common ground. I’m not sure how much I want to backtrack to pick you up, where you got lost at the tourist trap or the roadside attraction of “not me-ism.” But when you catch up, I’ll try to be here for you. I can’t guarantee.

White people, stop asking us to educate you about racism

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Before you share an MLK quote, understand that you’re quoting a proud political radical

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How Get Out deconstructs racism for white people

  • Zeitgeist: the defining spirit or mood of a particular period of history as shown by the ideas and beliefs of the time.”the story captured the zeitgeist of the late 1960s”

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