On The Freedom to be Mundane

As a child, growing up black, in a culturally white dominated soceity; I was taught and expected to always be the best. Twice as good to fit in, 4x to lead, because of the prevailing power structure. I rebeled against this philosophy because i did not think it was morally right to have to work twice as hard as a white person just to get the same shitty low entry position that the other barely broke a sweat for.

As i grew older, during my high school days, when i saw my lighter hued peers slack off but still maintain power and influence, i knew then that this privilage was what i wanted. The power to be mundane and empoyable. The comfort of being a normal American.

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Am i wrong?...Am i?..And the church said

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