mikki kendall

The Feminist Movement is not necessarily an all-united front. She tributes such racial disparity to the way people have historically
Mikki Kendall and Grace Hwang Lynch join Caroline to discuss if feminism ignores race.
Regardless of an author's color, sexuality, gender identity, or anything else about them, it's a near-certainty that commenters will tear them down. Commenters will say, "you are wrong." They'll say, "what do you know about this topic?" They'll say, "you have the wrong priorities." They'll say, "you can't speak for me."
When somebody points out that you've said or done something racist, perhaps something that hurt them personally, the game-changing response is first to understand that your intentions are not the centerpiece of the interaction.