A Kleenex For Your Woes

Deniers of The 1619 Project think the book is about their feelings

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It was the Caucasity of all Caucasities. A white person stepped into a predominantly black space to express their feelings, "I won't read the 1619 project because a review said I may have to examine my privilege." I almost called the manager, but I didn't…




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