I found this in a book called "And Don't Call Me a Racist" by Ella Mazel.
Today, Jeronimo Yanez, the officer that fatally shot Philando Castile, was found not guilty on all charges of shooting Castile. And I am upset that time and time again, Black bodies are shot and Black lives are ended, that time and time again, the murderer walks free without any consequence or repercussion. I recognize that nuance is imperative to acknowledge here, so to non-Black POC, know that we have a different relationship with white supremacy, and that we also benefit from it in certain ways. We should start by combatting the pervasive and dangerous anti-Blackness within our own communities.
Many of you will unfollow me for this post, or screenshot it and discuss (read: talk shit) in group chats because being a principled human being isn't nearly as important to you as being liked by your peers. But I urge you to reevaluate your priorities. Because the fact here is that racism is alive and well. And that all lives can't matter until Black Lives Matter.