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3 Ways White People Can Start Learning to Follow

An assertive White person’s guide to supporting, not leading

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No matter what our political beliefs or income levels are, White people share the experience of being centered in American life. When we do protest, it’s often to protect systems that keep us there, whether we’re protesting anti-discrimination laws to correct unfair hiring…




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Shya Scanlon

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Shya Scanlon is the author of Forecast and Guild of Saint Cooper. Follow him on Twitter @shyascanlon

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