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I Don't See Color
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What could be more insulting than telling people you don't see them as they are, you see them in a way that makes you more comfortable? If you have ever used this phrase, or heard someone else use it and not held them accountable for the problems it causes, consider donating $2 a month to support activities for the kids that build their confidence, and skills in ways that will help them deal with the racism they experience every day of their lives.  Also, please read this article from the Huffington Post to learn more:  https://www.huffpost.com/entry/why-i-hate-the-phrase-i-d_b_9341762 

My Best Friend is Black
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First of all, they may be your best friend, but I guarantee you ain't theirs if you say this when being called out for racism. If you have ever used this phrase, or heard someone else use it and not held them accountable for the problems it causes, consider donating $5 a month to support activities for the kids that build their confidence, and skills in ways that will help them deal with the racism they experience every day of their lives.  Also, please read this article from Everyday Feminism to learn more.  https://everydayfeminism.com/2017/03/black-friends-excuse-for-racism/  

What About Black on Black Crime?
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Statistically, the rate of white on white crime is about four times  higher than black on black crime.  If you have ever asked this question, or heard someone else ask it and not held them accountable for the problems it causes, consider donating $10 a month to support activities for the kids that build their confidence, and skills in ways that will help them deal with the racism they experience every day of their lives.  Also, please read this article from the Southern Poverty Law Center to learn more:  https://www.splcenter.org/hatewatch/2017/10/23/white-supremacists-favorite-myths-about-black-crime-rates-take-another-hit-bjs-study 

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About How Did We Get Here?

A multi-generational, women-led household navigates racism, sexism, homophobia, parenting, self-care and the Prison Industrial Complex. We are Black, Brown and White. Cuban, Mexican, European American, Brazilian and African American. We are straight, lesbian and pansexual. We live with mental illness and neurodivergency. We are Deaf.

We are women.

We are mother fucking warriors.





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