If you’d combat bigotry, use honest language and call things out for what they really are.
Urging an organization to be inclusive is not an attack. It’s progress.
At Snortin’ Reformatory, a notorious Washington, D.C. jail located in the northern Virginia suburbs, The Afro-Anarchists were being thrown into a cell. It was a situation that the three of them, like many young black males in the D.C. area, had long ago come to expect as a rite of passage.
As the door slammed shut behind them, Bucktooth spoke. “Man, Phosphate, they didn’t read us our rights or nothin’.”
Divided we are as people but if we stand together and fight we as a race will unite.