Identity Politics 2020
Jessica Valenti
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When someone says “I don’t see color,” what they’re really saying is “I don’t want to visually acknowledge the blatant racism taking place before me.”

Since people seem to reliving the ’90s, it reminds me of something that sticks with me from the time: the fact that the most dangerous acts of violence (including Waco, Ruby Ridge, Oklahoma City, etc.) reminded everyone that the greatest threat to White people is, was, and always will be other White people: