‘Responding to Every Clutched Purse Would Wear Me Thin’

Microaggressions chip away at our daily lives, but we still make room to live out loud — Black and proud

The acts are small but harmful. Insidious. They compound over time. Whichever way we describe microaggressions as a collective, or as it relates to our personal lived experiences, we know that it is a form of racism that can really do a number on us. Microaggressions chip away at us and live with us rent-free.