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Stop Fetishizing Protest — The Movement is More Than Marching

Getting to racial justice is a long journey. Some folks are misreading the map

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You can sense it in some quarters of the burgeoning racial justice community — a feeling of dread that the movement has stalled a little over a year since the murder of George Floyd.




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Tim Wise

Tim Wise

Anti-racism educator and author of 9 books, including White Like Me and, most recently, Dispatches from the Race War (City Lights, December 2020)

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