How Whiteness Diminishes Halloween’s Joy

Certain things about Halloween need to go.

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On a trip to the drug store around six weeks ago, I noticed a ten-fold increase in the amount of candy on the shelves. It meant only one thing:

Halloween was coming.

I’m no Scrooge when it comes to Halloween. For me, the holiday is a way to spend time with people I care…

Speaking up for humanity through intersectional social justice. Open to all.

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Dismantling white, male supremacy one word at a time.

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