you are insistent upon being given something, me giving you something, even after i have presented the boundary to you. and this is the inherent nature of white privilege, feeling as if you are owed something because you are white. i clearly informed you in your last message that the questions you have are yours to find answers to, and yet you want what you feel is the easy way, to have it be explained to you. no, masking your lazy desire to be a better person, by framing it as ‘questions’ is not learning. trying to glean what you can from poc’s experiences to satisfy and enrich your notions of ‘addressing racism as a white person’ is not learning. not bringing your questions to a poc of color is learning. because that would then show your understanding that you are owed nothing by people who have had everything taken from them.
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