Dear White Allies, Stop Dangling Allyship in The Face Of Black People Like A Carrot

As someone that spends their life trying to improve the landscape of our humanity, I am always delighted when someone approaches me and tells me that they are an ally. If we desire for this world to be a better place, we will get there much faster if we realize that we can accomplish much […]

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One thought on “Dear White Allies, Stop Dangling Allyship in The Face Of Black People Like A Carrot

  1. Mary Burrell

    To be an ally to black people in my opinion is to be in the fight like John Brown when he was fighting for black people. Being in the fight with black people and standing in the bad times. Not just so they can create hashtags and wear safety pins.

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