• Hardly any aspect of my life, from where I had lived to my education to my employment history to my friendships, had been free from the taint of racial inequity, from racism, from whiteness. My racial identity had shaped me from the womb forward. I had not been in control of my own narrative. It wasn’t just race that was a social construct. So was I.

    Tim Wise (2013). “White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son”, p.8, Soft Skull Press
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