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My Progressiveness Does Not Make Me Delusional

Society is just afraid of change

“Still Can’t Breathe.” A Black woman during the Breonna Taylor/George Floyd Protests in Washington, D.C. | Photo Credit: Johnny Silvercloud

People who see themselves as progressive or are viewed as holding progressive views of how the world should evolve are often labelled as “delusional”. We are criticized for our advocacy that is devoted to social change and reform that pushes us­ — all of us — forward because inclusion and equality frightens privileged people. Why…

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AfroSapiophile is a hub for critical thinking and analysis pertaining to civil rights, human rights, systemic racism and sexism across politics, entertainment, and history.

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Petiri Ira

Petiri Ira

WEOC Member, Bylines in Momentum, Cultured, AnInJustice, Equality Includes You, The Pink, AfroSapiophile and Age of Awareness. Contact: petiriira@gmail.com

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