Businesswoman & Daughter of White Privilege Compelled to Quote James Baldwin on Race

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“You cannot lynch me and keep me in ghettos without becoming something monstrous yourselves.” — James Baldwin

Mary C. Loveless, a Memphis-raised daughter of privilege loves quoting essayist and activist James Baldwin. LA-based Loveless is a passionate activist, herself, who participated in the Women’s March, a worldwide protest the day after the inauguration of President Trump. She is also a small business operator (Glaze Fire), who’s been dramatically affected by the pandemic of a disease, shutting down her artistically inspiring pottery studio in Los Feliz — and, also by the pandemic of racism that scars her heart.

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