How to Easily be a White Ally to Marginalized Communities
Christopher Keelty

You don’t know me. I’m 77 years old and I already do almost all those things you listed, but I somehow had this odd idea that if I wore the safety pin, it might someday indicate to someone that might feel in danger or feel unsafe, that i was someone they could sit by, stand next to or whatever and I was a safe person!! So don’t assume you know my motives. I still work with the homeless, I DO speak up when I see someone doing something that is doing something that is bigoted, racist etc. as I have done all my life. SO, get a life and quit judging everyone unless you know their motives.

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