Ijeoma Oluo On Privilege, Power, And Race
White supremacy is not just Nazis marching in the street. In the U.S. it’s always been a part of the economic and social system.
Over and over I have discovered that my children feel alienated in environments where, at their age, I felt an automatic sense of belonging.
You can belong to yourself, but it’s lonely, and you can belong to others, but there’s loss built into that, in uncountable forms.
Hearing that old phrase “a good death,” / which I still don’t exactly understand, / I’ve decided I’ve already / had so many, I don’t need another.
They gather in lodges, these unflinching, / gray-haired men in caps with unit insignias.
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