Dear Mr. Local White Rapper
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As the author wrote:

“ When will you use the power of your white privilege and artistic abilities and cry out with us?”

That is a powerful moral and ethical question to pose to artists that have an ability to add their voice to the discourse, but seem to view this as an onerous burden that is beneath them. It is thought provoking to think that Americans should be hearing a chorus of voices, and instead those voices are disjointed; lost in the din of pettiness and greed of men with loud speakers — a metaphor for the voices of the artists you indict with this post.

Great read.

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