Undocumented and Uninterrupted: The Privilege of Being Left Alone (BlackLight Summit)
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What does it feel like to live uninterrupted? For so many marginalized groups within the United States the ability to move through the country unencumbered is a rare privilege. Be it the over-policing of Black and Brown communities; the surveillance of citizens deemed a threat due to religious beliefs, or even the ability of female-identifying people to walk home without being physically/verbally/sexually accosted. In this panel discussion—part of the BlackLight Summit from the Clarice, we ask ourselves: what is the possibility of safety and peace for those that society has categorized as the “other”?