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Dear White Influencers: Here We Are Again

We need to talk.

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The Capitol building was the site of an attempted coup Wednesday as a group of White supremacist terrorists successfully stormed its doors in an effort to overturn the will of the majority of American people and subvert democracy.

This is maybe the saddest singular event in American history since September 11th (of course, one cannot…

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