- Attention, parents of young children!
Is Anastasia Higginbotham visiting your child’s school?
Be advised that she doesn’t travel alone. She brings along a cardboard cutout of Colin Kaepernick — her hero, and a role model–in her opinion–for children.
While she’s at it, she might also want to teach your child about divorce, death, and sex — she’s got books on those subjects as well.
Apparently, Anastasia Higginbotham has chosen the lucrative path of a “white woman writing about the toxic inheritance of white supremacy.”
So brave. So original.
- Want to hear something else brave and original?
“White male entitlement.” Not sure what it means? Just ask Stephen King, a white insanely successful male, and an open mind:
There you go.
Image: William James Glackens. She Gave Her Darter-in-law a Piece of Her Mind, 1909. Brush and ink, charcoal, graphite, black crayon, and white gouache on paperboard, Overall: 10 x 7 3/4 in. (25.4 x 19.7 cm). BF606. Public Domain.