Facing Forward


 “May you Seek the Welfare of the City…for in its welfare you will find your welfare.”

Jeremiah 29:7

In the face of injustice, it is sometimes difficult to know exactly how to express one’s thoughts and feelings. For me, this is rarely a case of being unclear on what I’m feeling or thinking about a given situation, event, or circumstance (when it is injustice, there are no two ways around my grief, horror, or anger). But yet there is still an uncertainty, which generally I find myself feeling in the face of racial and ethnic injustice, and it comes from being on the other side discrimination. To speak plainly, I feel a discomfort in being a white person who is all too aware of the outrageous treatment of people of color in our society, and not knowing how to help.

As a white person, I think it is of the utmost importance that…

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About Bryan Cebulski

Writer. Cis queer. History, masculinity, media. Point-and-click adventure protagonist. He/Him/His. Collects bad habits like Jessica Rabbit.
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