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Why I Write About Historical Inaccuracies, Omissions, and Lies (And Why I Don’t Care When People Think I’m Racist) | William Spivey, Medium

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Why I Write About Historical Inaccuracies, Omissions, and Lies (And Why I Don’t Care When People Think I’m Racist) | William Spivey, Medium

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Sanitation workers on strike. Mothers occupying vacant houses. These are our leaders.

By William Spivey, Medium

I recently wrote a story about “Why We Need a White History Month,” which discusses several things that aren’t generally taught and frankly that white people, especially along with everyone else, need to know about American History.

I received a response, anonymous, of course, which went as follows:

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“You only ever mention bad things that white people have done as if that successfully encapsulates the History of any people. This is racial hatred, pure and simple.”

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