“Right now we need to focus on the people who are experiencing the most harm, people who are in the most danger. And because of the social racial hierarchy of white supremacy, [white people] are used to being taken care of first. And everybody else…it doesn’t matter.”
Tori Williams Douglass is a writer, student, anti-racism educator, and neuroscience research assistant. She writes extensively about white evangelicalism, sexuality, and anti-racism, and is committed to the work of building a just and equitable world and the dismantling of white supremacy. When she is not writing, speaking, tweeting, or working, you can find her with her two little boys at Powell’s Books in Portland, Oregon.