The Caucasian Invasion Of Racial Justice Spaces
The DiDi Delgado

Thank you DiDi for clarifying for me how many blacks feel about SURJ et al. As a white heterosexual woman who felt uncomfortable in that space, yet was told by several black activists of my acquaintance that white people should talk amongst themselves and educate themselves because black activists were fighting over here and didn’t need our help, I’m happy to know that I can pay no attention to SURJ and instead put my energies where I feel they are more needed and welcome — in black-led movements like BLMVT and It’s a relief to finally know what I suspected all along — that white-on-white education wasn’t.

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