Dear white people (NOT ALL)
I love you, why are you scared of me?? I bleed red just like you. I cry just like you. Why are you scared of me? In case you haven’t figured it out yet yes I’m black. A black woman who genuinely wants to know why are you scared of me?…why are you scared of us black daughters, sons, mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, aunties, uncles, cousins, grandma, grandpas and even Hispanics/latinos and Latinas? What about us instills fear in your heart the second you encounter one of us to the point that you have to pull out a gun and not just shoot but kill? why can’t you see us as humans just like you?
I’m saddened by the fact that I even felt the need to write this but I’m tired and if I’m honest starting to get a little scared to go out because anything I do can be seen as a threat even something as simple as making sure I’m sitting up straight in my wheelchair!! However I do know that this is not only a racist issue but a spiritual one as well the devil wants us divided but we must come together especially as the body of Christ and tell him to F off!! Dear White people I know not all of you are infected with the racist bug in fact I’m honored to know some of you but I’m asking that you use your voices and who knows maybe one conversation with you will change millions of hearts🙏🏽
A black daughter
8 thoughts on “Dear white people – Guest Post!”
This is heartbreaking. There aren’t enough words to tell you how ashamed, angry, sad and sorry I am. Thank you for sharing this. I’ll share it too. X
This is both sad and beautiful. Thank you for sharing. I stand with you.
Thank you!!! I appreciate you!!!
Very heartfelt. I am so sorry for what is happening and what has been happening for far too long. It pains me to hear your pain, and you should absolutely not have to be afraid to go out simply because of your skin color. No one should. I’m so sorry and thank you for sharing ❤
Thank you for hearing me I appreciate you!!!
My heart absolutely breaks reading this. I just cannot get my head around the fact that racism is still an issue. How can the colour of someones skin be something to be fearful of.
Beautifully written, I stand with you, now and always x
Thank you!!….I know I can’t wrap it either I remember learning about it but never thought I’d actually have to live it