Griffin decides to move his family to Mexico when the hostility in Mansfield doesn't stop. A negro boy is helping Griffin pack up his parents house when they get to talking about racism. Griffin tells the boy nobody is born racist, but taught to hate.
I don't see Race, I'm a good person. TRANSLATION: I'm going to use my place of privilege to refute and deny the sufferings of those who do not have white privilege while at the same time erasing their personal and cultural history.
This is a digital print of a digital painting! Originally created as a sign in the Womens March on Austin, this print would be great on any feminist, open-minding and loving womans wall in her office or home. This Woman Believes: Black Lives Matter Womens