Let’s start with reading through to the end of this 3 minute read, where I shared a link that says…
Saadia Muzaffar

That’s a tiny link in the postscript in italics after the request for money. Yes, I missed it. Perhaps add that link to the body of the text?

Unfortunately, your type of response is what I typically see when people legitimately ask how to change their behavior after being yelled at. You’re mad when white people show no interest in helping. You’re mad when they tell you how they’ve tried to help and you say that’s not good enough. You’re mad when they ask what they should be doing better. Unsurprisingly, most people don’t react well to this. Anger doesn’t gain you allies, patience does, even if the thought of this makes you want to beat your head into a wall.

Pantsuit nation may be too touchy-feely for you, but please try to see the good it’s doing. I’ve read so many stories of people who had the courage to call out or report bad behavior when pre-election they wouldn’t have had the nerve. Yes, it’s baby steps when you want big leaps. But getting people to fight injustice, especially people who aren’t a regular recipient of it, isn’t going to happen from the top down. It’s grassroots, converting one person at a time.

I will read that link, now that I’ve actually seen it. My initial question was legitimate, and I’m sorry my frustration came across as an accusation. I am actually interested in learning.

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