I Only Want White, Non-Racist Friends From Here On Out

If I don’t know where you sit on the racist spectrum, we can no longer be friends

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I’ve been writing about my personal experiences with racism for close to two years now. During that time, I’ve met many people and re-connected with old friends and acquaintances — white, brown, and Black.

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Rebecca Stevens A.

Rebecca Stevens A.

I write about racism, but there are so many other things I would like to write about instead. Help me dismantle racism so that I can get to that.

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