Black People Are Not Coming to Save You

  • Black people have saved us again.
  • “We really owe a debt of gratitude to Black women.”
  • How do you plan to thank Black women, youth, and organizers for delivering us a victory?”

What is more likely, is that Black people turned out to vote for many of the same reasons other people did: they see that their core values are on the line in a way they have never been before.

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Nurse. Scientist. Writer. Humanist. Studies Alzheimer’s disease.

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