I bring this up because a non-Black WOC has regularly stolen work from Real Talk. I suspect she got the idea to create antiracism dinners from seeing the types of topics we covered in the group. Never has she publicly acknowledged that her “curriculum” (such as it is) came from Real Talk. That’s disappointing to say the least. We take what we do seriously, and years of work have gotten u…
Lecia Michelle 📃
Are you telling me the Indian lady on Twitter stole your stuff sis? The one who has had articles published about her and another Black lady having sit down dinners with White women?
Oh. My. Gawd.
I’m so sorry. I’ve had this happen to me when I used to teach grant writing. I had a guy who pretty much used me to get what all his stuff created then dipped. He was a crook all day long. It really hurt my feelings. It was a brother. I had the knowledge, had done the work, put in the time, then here he comes stealing. I hate when people do that. Why not ask to use the material and make a reasonable business proposition with the creator so that both parties can benefit? What goes around comes around and it won’t work for her the way it works for you. I can’t believe WOC sometimes.