Living By The Word
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Living By The Word

White Women, Stop Trying To Be Me

Or how white women use Blackfishing and brownfishing to assert white dominance

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After everything Black people have had to endure this year alone, the universe decided that it isn’t done tormenting us yet. It felt that we needed to know the exposure of yet another white woman for pretending to be Black and Latinx for financial and scholarly gain.




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Vena Moore

Vena Moore

Dismantling white, male supremacy one word at a time.

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