Why I Don’t Attend Mostly White Or All-White Events (Anymore)

No thanks, I prefer my racism one on one.

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A month before the pandemic began to have its way with us I attended an auction/fundraiser for the son of my wife’s friend. The event was for a good cause and I was happy to support the family. The atmosphere, however, left me a bit anxious, and…

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G Correia

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Taking up space and proud to be average | Writing about life and trying to make sense of it all | Editor of Freethinkr | Maker of Pancakes

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