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The novelist Virginie Despentes sign of a strong forum against racism on France Inter

Since the beginning of the pandemic coronavirus, the programs of France Inter have been heavily modified. The morning show of Augustin Trapenard Boomerang has been interrupted in its classic form. For more than two months, the facilitator reads each morning the letter from a novelist addressed to the listeners. This format, called "Letters from inside"has endured since the déconfinement. Thursday, Augustin Trapenard read the text of the novelist Virginie Despentes, which seems to have triggered a tidal wave of emotional.

In this letter to "his white friends who do not see where is the problem", written just after the demonstration in paris in support of Adama Traoré, author of " Vernon Subutex points out the racism underlying ever-present in France, while exposing how the fact of "being white" continues to be a privilege.

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