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For me, activism is about accepting that you won’t change the world today, but if you toil at a patient and deliberate tempo, you can work towards a better tomorrow.
Afro-Mexicans are still struggling to find an identity in Mexico. They fight racism daily and are still misrepresented and often times forgotten. Video source Fusion Youtube.
To the sons and daughters of Zimbabwe’s powerful and elite, I often wonder where you stand in all this. We do not pick our parents, and so I write this, not out of judgment or condemnation, but out of curiosity and concern.
We are a people that love to follow but never lead. We want people to sacrifice themselves for us. We want people to speak out and make themselves a target so that we don’t have to. We want the benefits without the risk or sacrifice because we can just crawl back into the shadows if the going gets tough.