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5 Times a Black Activist Called Out 'Aware White People' on Race | Honeycomb Moms | Rachel Cargle was boasted onto the race and activism scene when her 2017 Women’s March photo with friend and fellow activist Dana Suchow went viral. Learn how Cargle keeps readers and students on their toes. Womens March Posters, Black Activist, Feminism Poster, Protest Posters, Racial Injustice, Protest Signs, Feminist Quotes, Intersectional Feminism, Womens March

5 Times Black Activist Calls Out 'Aware White People' on Race | Honeycomb Moms

5 Times a Black Activist Called Out 'Aware White People' on Race | Honeycomb Moms | Rachel Cargle was boasted onto the race and activism scene when her 2017 Women’s March photo with friend and fellow activist Dana Suchow went viral. Learn how Cargle keeps readers and students on their toes.

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Certain years acquire an almost numinous quality in collective memory—1789, 1861, 1914. One of the more recent additions to the list is 1968. Its fiftieth anniversary has brought a flood of attempts to recapture it—local, national, and transnational histories, anthologies, memoirs, even performance art and musical theater. Immersion in this literature soon produces a feeling of déjà vu, particularly if one was politically conscious at the time (as I was).

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