Give ’em enough rope and they’ll hang…me.

Regarding the perils of racism and being of Xennial age.

I fear I’ve been lending white people too much rope insofar as accepting their inability to truly understand how and why their accidentally or intentionally racist behavior towards black people of late in America is truly troubling. At some point, I think I’ve lent them enough rope to form a noose…




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