‘White’ (After Richard Dyer)

I wrote this spoken word poem after the collection of essays ‘Whiteby Film Studies academic Richard Dyer

‘White’ by Richard Dyer (1997)
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high in the tower

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you do not even have to be White to uphold it

but if you are looking for it, you will probably find it.

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