Finally, Walker speaks in-depth about the Tom Brady Responds To Buccaneers Center’s Post-Workout Apart from…,I will love this ways that Celie wasn’t believed or protected. Looking at where we are now in this country, especially the recent takeover of the Capitol building by mostly white domestic terrorists, why is it dangerous to not listen to Black women? The cost we pay for not listening to Black women is Donald Trump. While in 2020, there has been this increasing recognition of us as political laborers and as activists and artists [who make change], it’s not enough, given how much we are actually right. And it’s not enough given how much we sacrifice for this nation and our community. And at some point, we have to acknowledge and center those who are not just fighting for themselves or to be their full democratic selves, but for everyone around them. Even if and when we benefit from it, the instinct isn’t self-preservation. It’s about the collective good. You see in The Color Purple how much everyone relies on Celie’s journey to healing because it helps those around her heal—even Albert, the one who hurt her the most. This is why Black women need to have both the space to be heard and to heal.
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