My Parents Didn’t Teach Me Racism - Part IV

The Rich and Powerful Are Virulently Addicted to Status

Addicts are shaping our world

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I write about the bad actions of racists because they’re responsible for a world of destruction. Racism, yes, but also, the massive inequality and poverty we have.

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Your Black friend. Radical ideas on inequity, race & poverty. Follow on Substack: https://kayvalley.substack.com/

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Kay Valley

Kay Valley

Your Black friend. Radical ideas on inequity, race & poverty. Follow on Substack: https://kayvalley.substack.com/

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