#algore on how to achieve systemic change. when reality is stranger than fiction #directaction
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as my dad used to frequently narrate in the background of childhood vhs tapes (more recently converted to dvd in a rather cost-effecient manner thanks to groupon or living social or something, right mom?) “so here we are…”
i am now realizing that in my extemporaneously typed opening line to what i hope will become my active, trafficked and super popular weblog i managed to say mom and dad. sick.
now where was i? oh right, so here we are down here. down here in the South and you better believe it. tonight/last night it’s 3am idk i wrote a final research paper entitled Lines of Color in North Carolina Policy: Then and Now about legislative attempts by the north carolina general assembly to promote white privilege in relationship to the most recent set of mandatory ideas proposed and kind of voted on by the current governing body. now it may come as a surprise to you but there are some pretty steamy connections between the two sets of legislation. sick.
my personal set of mandatory ideas, or things on which i am decided, for the immediate future: