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The third class was for Africans, but they didn’t even use the word “only” since it was understood that third class was for Black Africans.

In some ways, I can understand and relate to the whole notion of Black Lives Matter.

I’m just saying that generally when you say “Black Lives Matter,” it doesn’t mean that other lives don’t matter.

White lives have always mattered to the legal system.

It is very, very important that people realize that the colonial system can affect almost everybody but in different ways.

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