How you talk about yourself matters

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A woman in a grey sweater screaming
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The only people who would think anti-racists are miserable are those who celebrate white supremacy as if it’s Christmas

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If you choose to keep your blindfold on, then why should any BIPOC waste their time on you?

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A biracial girl’s hair journey

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Shame is always a poor motivator

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Many people don’t know what sundown towns are, but as the U.S. grows more racially conscious, it’s important to know about their history and continued existence

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While we can be a challenge to be around, being a challenge isn’t the same thing as being toxic

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Many white supremacists take the privilege of driving a car and use it to do harm, terrorize, and murder. What’s worse is that some U.S. states are making it easier for them to do so

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The battle against whiteness begins within ourselves

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Blind compassion isn’t compassion at all. It’s cowardly avoidance and neglect. And it leaves you with blood on your hands.

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Savannah Worley

writing about my experiences with racism & mental health | #WEOC member | she/her

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