Participating in our own erasure

It seems a constant erasure of our past is buried under new scribblings.

If we are driftingly content to dismiss our own lived experience (that is to change our memories to fit the new lines or repress the dissident noise) then we are not only shaped by history and culture, but we fortify the very shape that writes us out of existence.

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