devotion and discipline

Posted: May 17th, 2020 | No Comments »

from phillip picardi’s “the empathy crisis of white america” (discovered via haley nahman’s newsletter)

Overt and violent racist events like the death of Ahmaud Arbery’s make it easy for white people to point the finger at the perpetrators and thus, exonerate ourselves. Instead, each time something like this happens, we’d be better to point our fingers in our own directions. To take a look at ourselves and ask: How do I participate in racism, knowingly or unknowingly, in my life?

watched BlacKkKlansman last night (john david washington is denzel’s son?!?!?!?!) and it felt all too current, like — nothing has changed, not really.



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