People are mad because my tweet rang true. Plenty of people of color are nervous entering an entirely white room — and with good reason.
Facebook’s Complicity in the Silencing of Black Women
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I lived in Hawaii most of my life. Whites, aka “haole,” would either get with the program and blend in to the point of appropriation, or attract negative attention and receive the kind of treatment minorities experience daily. One made news, because he said something to the effect of, “Now I know what minorities feel, because I’ve been the victim of racism by these Hawaiian activists.” They have no idea.

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