The American Supremacist I Might Have Been

Witnessing their contempt for immigrants, their deep-seated racism, their adoration of guns, and their irrational fear of LGBTQ people, I’ve often found myself thinking, “I know these people”.

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By John Pavlovitz




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

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