It's easy to mistake or dismiss an act of racism for something else. Thinking that one can't know what the person really intended or meant. I tend to see the positive side of things and try to assume good faith. This post reminded me that sometimes that makes me blind to structural racism – unable to connect the dots, to see the pattern. #blacklivesmatter
"What It’s Like Not Being White", by Laila.
This is from 2015, and its as relevant today as it was then.
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