Why an White Academic Calling Me a “Light-Skinned Latino” Changed My Worldview

I won’t call them out (their twitter handle at least), this will be one of the few articles I write that doesn’t have a picture on it. It was a small tweet, to a reply that I had to their tweets before. Admitting from my end, there might have been some projection from my end…but Dr. Devon Price made it clear.

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Writer/poet for hire and fighting game enthusiast. I’m a neurodivergent queer who is also a military veteran. I write about politics & culture sometimes.

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E. D. Esqueda

E. D. Esqueda

Writer/poet for hire and fighting game enthusiast. I’m a neurodivergent queer who is also a military veteran. I write about politics & culture sometimes.

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