Yeah, you have to be careful here you can't be "too black" depending on what kind of friends you want. Anyway I'm happy you brought this up. I'm also looking froward to you're thought provoking columns.
White Americans love freedom until it is exercised in a way that makes them feel uncomfortable. Your shirt being a prime example. Or minorities open carrying. Or minorities kneeling during a national anthem. Or flag burning. When these things happen, the "stop being so PC and offended all the time!" crowd becomes the ones taking grievous offense, often comparing the behaviors that threaten their ironically delicate sensibilities to treason.
I would like to see the shirt. Or the symbol anyways. I think the only symbol that would really make me react that way would be nazi symbols. Also... Haven't you been on the Rachel maddow show?
I look forward to your columns. *adds you to the list of things that make living in SC fun*
I can definitely relate. There is a difference between being friendly and being friends.
Alison in communion with Angelina and Sarah, Septima and Carrie, is a most lovely thought, inspiring a smile, and tears.
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