Being a “Black Racist Superstar” Is Not Fun, However, Being a “Superstar” Isn’t All That Bad
Ezinne Ukoha
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Ezinne, I love reading your work, which resonates in my soul and gives me clear words for my ofttimes arguments about ism’s.

Your pieces remind me that “why was America never ‘great’?” And “how may that be a racist slogan?” are good homeschool topics for my 9 & 10 year old girls. Your words inform and direct the call to action I feel daily that we say something to our racist/sexist neighbors, loved ones, and every fucking body, all the fucking time.

Your words inform my rage and I really need that. You are greatly appreciated. Please keep publishing here!

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