Black Women vs. White Men In Public Spaces: Crosswalk Experiment and Relevance
Kayla Renee Parker

“The White Space” was an interesting read, and one that I think is not specific only to the Black experience in America but any society in which someone finds themselves as a minority among a much larger ethnicity (the specifics of the ghetto being a bit more uniquely American).

There are a lot of comments by some who become adversarial when they read terms like “Whiteness”, “Whitesplaining” and “White Supremacy”— for good reason. Those are adversarial terms, even if they are terms you might feel are like “White Space”. “The White Space” article is very clear about it being an internalized framework of understanding and not adversarial.

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