That’s… A very nice platitude.
Unfortunately, there will be no bonding together until a black woman can describe what white men and women say to her on a regular basis without white people ignoring the point of her words, preferring instead to focus on the fact that they made them feel bad.
Reminding you of your cultural past and suggesting that amends should be made for it does not mean victimization (regardless of how upset that makes you and yours). Honestly, it means the opposite.
What we’re talking about here is white America’s desire to be left alone to ignore the work of white supremacists while enjoying…
Nah, you do.
See, no white person in America would have what they have were it not for white supremacy, colonialism and, yes, their treatment of “the Negro”.
A white person may have done nothing (though they likely today turn a blind eye to much, at least), but their ancestors already made the…
Invoking the words “fight” and “civil war” does not mean advocating going all “Sherman” on these white supremacists.
We may need to, in the fullness of time, but nothing in this article suggests to do so.
They… Are not completely different things.
I understand how they might seem to be, from a certain perspective, but given how people generally operate, it can quickly become a harmful bias women are used to dealing with.
Consider this: passion and enjoyment of the work is frequently considered an…