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"As a school leader, I was comforted knowing that Wee The People has the same vision as I do – working towards creating a school where all can be

seen authentically and all can thrive. Anti-racist, equity-driven work is exhausting and life-giving at once. Wee The People is a partner par excellence."

Dr. Asa Sevelius, Principal, Heath Elementary School, Brookline, Mass.

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Truthtellers like Michelle Alexander are needed more than ever.

"Those who argue that the systems of mass incarceration and mass deportation simply reflect sincere (but misguided) efforts to address the real harms caused by crime, or the real challenges created by surges in immigration, tend to underestimate the corrupting influence of white supremacy whenever black and brown people are perceived to be the problem.

White people are generally allowed to have problems, and they’ve historically been granted the power to define and respond to them. But people of color — in this “land of the free” forged through slavery and genocide — are regularly viewed and treated as the problem."

"The injustice of this moment is not an "aberration," by Michelle Alexander, New York Times, Jan. 7, 2020

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