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Holding On toWhite Privilege Means Never Even Acknowledging You’re in the Wrong

While apologising is just … out of the question

Quakers take note: sitting in a circle is only a symbol of equality. Photo by Jason Goodman on Unsplash

I grew up in the North of England. I was fourteen years old when I came upon ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’ in the school library. The book was not required reading but I read it cover to cover in a week, staying up late at night and missing lunch to read it in…




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Aza Y. Alam

Aza Y. Alam

I’m an artistic writer who loves to use pen, paper, clay and computer to support self and societal health, empowering thru the light of truthtelling stories.

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