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When I said ‘white,’ I meant ‘white:’ Why white Pittsburghers should care about racism and what to do about it

The work of confronting racism has historically been left to people of color. As such, the very people who are oppressed hold the responsibility of transforming the power structures that subjugate them. Imagine lying on the ground with someone’s foot on your neck and you alone are left to overpower your aggressor.