If the “passing privilege” person is looking at this blog, this is one thing you can do, if you’re up to it.
Reblogging for excellence.
This may ruffle some feathers, but I don’t mind. White privilege and male privilege are both very, very real, and things like this need to be said.
Whilst I agree that people should stand up for injustice when they see it, there are hundreds of possibilities - the cashier could have recognised the sister from a previous trip.
This woman talking could have a name similar to someone in the ‘bad cheque book’ that the cashier had been warned about.
And finally, one I’m sure people will lynch me for saying, this woman could have had an attitude when paying. She mentions how she considered becoming an ‘angry black woman’ and that could have easily shown in her face, her voice or her demeanor.
Just because the cashier was white does not make her a racist or that the speaker’s white sister was treated better because of her colour.
Em…Can someone please tell me why Tumblr isn’t talking about this?!!
Right Tumblr, I know I posted this video yesterday, but since then the proper film twitter sent me the official trailer link and asked me to spread it around so they can get as many well-deserved views on it as possible.
Come on guys, I know we can do this!
Share as much as you can!
I have been sitting here for literally three minutes making whale noises because this looks so incredibly amazing.