Activist tells young writer Daphne Constantinides white people must hold themselves to account for ‘ignorance and denial’

Daphne Constantinides, an 18-year-old rising college freshman from Wyoming, Ohio, is a spoken word poet, first-generation daughter of Filipino and Greek immigrants and delegate to the International Congress of Youth Voices. As a self-described “strong, empowered woman of color”, she is passionate about insisting that feminism confront its failures toward women of color.

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