There’s a Long History of White Kids “Play-Lynching” Black Children | Dame Magazine

It’s open season on Black lives, not only to police, government and the prison-industrial system, but in schools, and in majority-White communities. This latest near-tragedy in Claremont, New Hampshire, reminds us that Black children—whether or not they have a non-Black parent, are ultimately seen as fodder and fuel to keep White supremacy intact.And there is no true innocence anywhere. The only true form of “color-blindness”

Source: There’s a Long History of White Kids “Play-Lynching” Black Children | Dame Magazine