The white preoccupation with a curated past instead of a new future is very normal. And very dangerous
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I don’t think most of us actually want to drink ourselves to death, but it’s difficult not to.
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Dispatches from my floor and the pandemically exacerbated linguistic divide between my brain and body as we pass the 2 year marker.
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An unexpected reflection on healing my intuition
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The shared history of Indian Residential/Boarding Schools in Canada and the U.S.
About a picture book, a birthday, and why I am what I am.
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No, seriously. Check on them. The pandemic isn't going to stop upending parent-child relationships anytime soon, and it's bananas.
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We The Whites have a broken understanding of the word "ally," and a dangerous habit of centering ourselves in other peoples' fights for liberation.
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We the Whites cannot and should not be leaders in radical change work. Our job is to help, not to be visible.
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On having been both, and what that means now
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There was an assault next door to my building in Toronto, where a predominantly Black group of tenants lives. A white woman who was walking by decided…
Grief, tie-dye, and "after"