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A Fire on Facebook

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The following content originates from a post on Facebook.

Abby Singh:

“Honestly, people’s reactions to the Notre Dame incident just confirms that people only care about what happens to certain groups of people. I don’t feel sorry for France, they can build back their cathedral with all the money they have stolen from all the countries they have colonized. Sorry not sorry.”

Samantha Hepburn:

“I don’t think that’s entirely true. The Notre Dame incident isn’t directly a “certain group” of people. It’s a structure deeply rooted in historical context (god or bad) depending on the point of view. The point is, there is nothing wrong with being saddened by the tragedy. 🤷🏽‍♀️”

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