Guess who isn’t protected? Working class families. Mothers & children. Esp folks of color. In Atl, that very much means Black birthers.
Black. Working class. Birthing folks.
Alternativelyc Have you talked to Black mothers & people who birth here in Georgia? Do you know what they want?!
What about the working class folks who are going to be impacted in rural communities throughout the state? What is a boycott of the film industry going to do for them?
Because, and I want you to hear me, it’s not. going. to fucking. work.
This is about y’all feeling good, “standing for something” without being inconvenienced. Don’t pretend it’s about us.
But, ya know... the hashtag is cute girl. It’s catchy.
Imagine how scary that is. imagine potentially catching a charge for that experience.
It’s wild making. It’s not ok.
It ignores the most necessary fight: the one for reproductive justice.
I’m moving & expanding careers to center my writing/archiving Black folks’ stories in the Deep South. Support a nigga: $ElleBoogi on cashapp & auriellemarie on Venmo.
1) the CRM was a time period of concentrated organized strategies occurring throughout the south, on a grassroots, community lead, mantle.
2a) white folk/rich people/ randos living in California did not dictate to working class, Black domestic workers, how to resist.
They did it themselves.
They showed up and listened to the people on the ground.
there was a visible antagonist, there weren’t multiple markets to consider & the connection (Bus segregation to segregation law) was CLEAR.
It also couldn’t have popped off if the main “participants” were people who drove cars in New Jersey.
You see how ridiculous y’all sound?
& You WONT reframe a historical, complex political movement to suit your ego. No.