It Wasn’t My Fight

A white person who didn’t do anything asks for action from those still doing nothing.

Photo by Azlan Baharudin on Unsplash

You have to find your fight. Mine has always been with words. I use them to discuss things I want to change, to offer community to those feeling alone. Except I’ve never used my words to fight racism. I didn’t think it was my fight, or my place. I was always scared a black person was going to be angry with me, or dislike me, because I put myself…

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Shani Silver

Shani Silver

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Author of A Single Revolution, available on Amazon. Host of A Single Serving Podcast. shanisilver[at]gmail