For white women, it was mostly red with several blue states. The accompanying post warned: “white folks (especially white women) this is why people of color don’t trust you.” (My friend is of Asian descent.) There are a slew of articles examining white women and Trump, and many make the argument that white women deserve extra shame because they claim marginalization in the name of feminism. If we truly want a world that is anti-racist and free from patriarchal oppression we should be clear about the main problem: white men. By not holding the majority of white men accountable, we are essentially writing them off, saying they aren’t capable of developing empathy or evolving as human beings.
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