• What whites have rarely had to think about—because being the dominant group, we are so used to having our will done, with a little effort at least—is that maybe the point is not victory, however much we all wish to see justice attained and injustice routed. Maybe our redemption comes from the struggle itself. Maybe it is in the effort, the striving for equality and freedom that we become human.

    Tim Wise (2011). “White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son”, p.269, Soft Skull Press
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