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Buddhadharma : Spring 2019
BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 73 I THINK WE ARE FINALLY at a place where we can accept the truth that no one escapes from oppression, not one of us. Everyone is deeply wounded. It’s true, some people seem to be in a position of what we call privilege, but we have to rethink that word. We get stuck on this notion of white privilege, or dominant privilege, as if the marginal- ized people want what the people with privilege have. But I want no part of it. I want no part of any illness that renders people unable to see the beauty of all of our differences, the beauty of my own mixed raced-ness, blackness, queerness, all of the things I am. I want no part of an illness that renders me unable to connect to love. That is not a privilege. So we have to begin by recognizing that the construct of white supremacy is an illness. I don’t wish it on anyone—not on myself, and not on you. We have all been told a lie, and our work—particularly for those of us who say we identify with this path of liberation—is to free ourselves of that lie, to get in there and observe that construct and the ways in which it limits us from our full potential. This disease keeps us from fully knowing each other, from see- ing each other. Every single one of us must be, by way of our com- mitment to liberation, committed to being the cure. The so-called Your Liberation Is On the Line Rev. angel Kyodo williams PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE SERIES THE BOUND BY ELIZABETH HEYERT