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There have been a lot of posts on Facebook since election night. Some ask Democrats not to be sore losers, others call for solidarity , some despair, some panic, others call for change (destructive and/or constructive). Some mock people blocking the gloaters.

I have, and am still, running the gamut of emotions. I still love and respect friends and family who voted for Trump… But I’ve also started hitting “see less” and “hide” on my newsfeed. Why? Because the wave of fear from white privilege when Obama was elected was different. That fear had names: racism, intolerance, oppression, hegemony, dominant culture. It was a fear of difference, of change, of losing a way of life.

Whatever you are protecting, however you justify your thinking or decisions, it still doesn’t justify oppressing others. This new wave of fear is more than fear of difference or change . It isn’t a fear of losing your lifestyle. It is a fear increasing from systematic oppression  to the fear of victimization, and Trump named those victims while campaigning.

There have been a lot of posts on Facebook since election night. Some ask Democrats not to be sore losers, others call for solidarity , some despair, some panic, others call for change (destructive and/or constructive). Some mock people blocking the gloaters.

I have, and am still, running the gamut of emotions. I still love and respect friends and family who voted for Trump… But I’ve also started hitting “see less” and “hide” on my newsfeed. Why? Because the wave of fear from white privilege when Obama was elected was different. That fear had names: racism, intolerance, oppression, hegemony, dominant culture. It was a fear of difference, of change, of losing a way of life.

Whatever you are protecting, however you justify your thinking or decisions, it still doesn’t justify oppressing others. This new wave of fear is more than fear of difference or change . It isn’t a fear of losing your lifestyle. It is a fear increasing from systematic oppression  to the fear of victimization, and Trump named those victims while campaigning.

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There have been a lot of posts on Facebook since election night. Some ask Democrats not to be sore losers, others call for solidarity , some despair, some panic, others call for change (destructive and/or constructive). Some mock people blocking the gloaters.

I have, and am still, running the gamut of emotions. I still love and respect friends and family who voted for Trump… But I’ve also started hitting “see less” and “hide” on my newsfeed. Why? Because the wave of fear from white privilege when Obama was elected was different. That fear had names: racism, intolerance, oppression, hegemony, dominant culture. It was a fear of difference, of change, of losing a way of life.

Whatever you are protecting, however you justify your thinking or decisions, it still doesn’t justify oppressing others. This new wave of fear is more than fear of difference or change . It isn’t a fear of losing your lifestyle. It is a fear increasing from systematic oppression  to the fear of victimization, and Trump named those victims while campaigning.

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Moon Shadow has never met his father. Windrider left to make his fortune in America before Moon Shadow's birth. Therefore, Moon Shadow is excited when a distant relative comes and tells him that Moon Shadow is to travel with him to America to live with his father. The trip by ship is very exciting, but not near as exciting as setting foot in the Land of the Golden Mountain and meeting the father he has only heard stories about.

For the first several years of his life in America, Moon Shadow lives with his father in the laundry that is owned by his father's uncle and several friends and relatives. Moon Shadow goes along with his father to make deliveries and pick up dirty laundry. When Moon Shadow is older, he is given the task of collecting past monies due to the company. During one of these outings, Moon Shadow is beaten and robbed by his cousin who has an opium addiction. Windrider goes after the cousin, threatening to kill him, but is stopped by the gang to which his cousin belongs. This causes Windrider and Moon Shadow to move away from the company or face retribution from the gang.

One morning a great earthquake hits. Moon Shadow stands in the yard and watches as all the buildings around him fall apart. When it is over, Moon Shadow and his father begin hearing voices calling from the rubble. With the help of their landlady, Moon Shadow and Windrider begin digging survivors out. They learn throughout the day that the military has come in and the government has declared martial law. However, the military is looting more than the looters they have been asked to stop.

There have been a lot of posts on Facebook since election night. Some ask Democrats not to be sore losers, others call for solidarity , some despair, some panic, others call for change (destructive and/or constructive). Some mock people blocking the gloaters.

I have, and am still, running the gamut of emotions. I still love and respect friends and family who voted for Trump… But I’ve also started hitting “see less” and “hide” on my newsfeed. Why? Because the wave of fear from white privilege when Obama was elected was different. That fear had names: racism, intolerance, oppression, hegemony, dominant culture. It was a fear of difference, of change, of losing a way of life.

Whatever you are protecting, however you justify your thinking or decisions, it still doesn’t justify oppressing others. This new wave of fear is more than fear of difference or change . It isn’t a fear of losing your lifestyle. It is a fear increasing from systematic oppression  to the fear of victimization, and Trump named those victims while campaigning.

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"I love this idea; it takes away the anxiety of purchasing multiple book boxes and having either duplicate books sent to you, OR receiving a book you have already bought." - Syd of DeerTales Blog


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