Tani Washington is an intersectional feminist, writer, and organizer. She currently works to foster racial equity in Henrico County, VA, to integrate youth of color into spaces of environmental justice, and connect young people to fields in international relations/politics.
By Tani Washington • It seems that every year, when Black activists speak up against large-scale inequity and systemic brutality against people of color, there are those who attempt to qualify this suffering through questions that point to the sufferings of other, usually non-marginalized, groups. This kind of response is a tactic known as blame-shifting. … Continue reading An Open Letter to the “What About”s