The next time I am in the room, seated at the table, I will speak my more-ness into all the corners, all the spaces, all the mouths and lines in the walls, to the backs of heads, to the eyes and ears of those willing to listen, or those too scared to acknowledge the power that ownership of truth represents. That is a privilege, a privilege all my own.
The “More-ness” of Privilege
Joel Leon.

This reminds me exactly of Charlamagne’s new book: Black privilege .

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