The Doom Generation (1995)
white sister told me all women are one united in de face of chau’vism (pa’don my engilis)I smiled
pa…paa pa..tri..archy is the cross women carry, she charged we must fight it with all our might.
racked by spasm my head jerked back and crazily wobbled from side to side. pampered sister titillates herself with quixotic tales of male ‘xploitation.
"dumb" black woman laughed mirthlessly on flicking away tears of pain from my eyes.
I looked up from my chore on the kitchen floor where, new found sister had ordered me to be on knees
to scrub the floor clean for the pittance she paid: on knees to srub the floor clean for sisterarchy.
|—||Nkiru Nzegwu, “Sisterhood” (via wocinsolidarity)|
Tesfay Atchbekha Negga
1. Don’t interrupt. Let the speaker finish what they are saying – and at a speed that is comfortable for them – before formulating your own response.
2. Give the speaker your full and undivided attention. Ignore what is happening around you and block out distracting noises.
3. Pay attention to…
the southern US genuinely scares me like my map of ‘states i will willingly go to for college’ looks more or less like
*white person on anon voice* so how can you say that white people can’t experience racism if i was beaten to death every day in school by my black classmates for being the ONLY white person at my school? and before you ask, YES i am black…