A Charge to White Women – Post Women’s March -

Photo: Katina Parker

By Katina Parker (Durham, NC) | March 20, 2017

8:40am, Saturday, January 21.

The day after the Inauguration.

I was hustling through the streets of DC trying to make the beginning of the Women’s March Rally. Pink pussy hats and lighthearted optimism percolated on every corner.Read more

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Today, with the spotlight on us, it is harder than ever to deny that Baltimore has deep-seated problems that run sharply along the lines of race, class, and the distribution of power. Would-be allies to protesters have been vocal in advocating what they believe to be good and appropriate ways to protest,… Read more

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