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Non-Black People Are Going to Keep Appropriating Black Culture — We Might As Well Choose Our Own Battles

It’s getting us nowhere.

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Black people have been talking about cultural appropriation for the longest time, but if you’re new, cultural appropriation is when someone who is not of a particular culture, steals another culture for economic benefit.

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Khadejah

Khadejah

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