In Buffalo, White Supremacy Ended Black Lives Yet Again

And still, some people have the audacity to say racism doesn't exist

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I woke up to the news of an 18-year-old white supremacist who gunned down ten Black people in a mall in Buffalo, New York yesterday. I am not okay.

I had planned brunch with my white husband and mixed-race daughter today. It’s…

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