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I read a story about a little white boy who was shot to death by police because of some marijuana. The crazy part about that for me was that there didn’t seem to be any outrage about it. No one was protesting, no white people was on the news talking about police brutality. And that made me wonder because this can’t have been the first case of a white person getting wrongfully killed by the police. But as far as I’ve been paying attention, the only time white people seem to talk about police brutality is after a black person has said something about it. Until a black person has set some shit on fire.

And then I realize that it’s because they don’t want to do any of the work. In order for white people to stand up against shit like this, they’d have to admit their way isn’t…

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About terpsichorean

Stephanie Ambroise is a nomadic writer, a rolling stone, collecting moss from all over to add to the beautiful tapestry of art that is her soul. Her poetry is a collection of all of the places she's been and all of the places she dreams to go. Finally summoning up the courage to tell her story, and being met with positive remarks and encourage, she's ready to shine and let her story stand right next to her, instead of hiding behind her.
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