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contrary to popular belief, sometimes you do have to burn that bridge for your own wellbeing. you can forgive people and still want nothing to do with them ever again.

zooming out a bit: after the last week of remembrances of the Tulsa massacre, the takeaway prolly shouldn't be romanticizing Black enterprise + Black capitalism, but really rethinking the notion that those things can be — or have *ever been* — bulwarks against white supremacy.

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Writers Kimberly Adores

Gwendolyn Brooks

Reginald Shepherd

Camille Dungy

Ta-Nehisi Coates

Rebecca Traister

Lucy Grealy

Oscar Wilde

Claudia Rankine

Neil Jordan

Jancee Dunn

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Then there was also this one