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I’ll always be the “angry” and “unreasonable” Black student when I call out racism on my campus

I’ve spent the last five years of my life repressing my racial trauma to transform moments of retraumatization into moments of learning for non-Black people

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“Believe survivors” is inadequate for confronting the power dynamics that fuel sexual abuse

It’s not that we should just believe survivors; we should trust that anyone with the means and motive to abuse other people is likely to do so.

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Black men’s body dysmorphia needs to be discussed more openly among us

Mapping my body dysmorphia is mapping my body along the geography of the Black body, the Black male body, from the hold to the present.

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The endless appropriation of MLK and white supremacy’s need to rewrite historical narratives

This appropriation of MLK is yet another way for them to disidentify with the violences of whiteness without relinquishing whiteness itself.

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