I would like to establish that I understand and can appreciate the problems of stylized cultural appropriation.
The silence, the denial, the deflection, the derailment, the protection of institutions that harm, creates Black pain, and ultimately leads to many an injustice of Black death.
1. Accept the reality that you have privilege.
That’s the thing about being White in America – you probably don’t think about it very often.
If you’re going to bleed for something, bleed for an idea.
is it right to sue a university because you didn’t get in?
I have gone to many gay bars/clubs where I have literally felt like brother outsider. My brown skin became a liability that interfered with my ability to connect with white patrons.
I’ve traveled around the world, I’ve graduate from a tier one law school, I’ve done OK for myself, but when the cops see me, they do not see any of that.
My name is Natalia and I am a Latina. I was born and raised in Colombia by Colombian parents.