Why ‘White-Passing’ Is White Supremacy

“Ok, Gayle, enough!” Those were the sharp condescending words of the infamous Miya Ponsetto (a.k.a: ‘Soho Karen’) during her CBS interview with Gayle King. In the same interview, Ponsetto delivered a cringeworthy notion and claimed she couldn’t be racist because she’s Puerto Rican; therefore, a woman of…

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Race & Class researcher, scholar, writer, and amateur astronomer. Unearthing myself from white supremacy and planting myself in Black Liberation.

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Joey Pierre

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Race & Class researcher, scholar, writer, and amateur astronomer. Unearthing myself from white supremacy and planting myself in Black Liberation.

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