Adapted into an Op-Ed in the IndyStar If the news in America has flashed across your screen in any manner, then you know that ignorance and white supremacy culture are on full display. It’s easy to name it, scoff at it, recognize it as damaging, and know—or think, one is on the right side ofContinue reading “My White Problem”
Antiracist work is not comfortable. It requires a continual willingness to step into discomfort, lest we be complicit.
May we participate in the revolution, a revolution that doesn’t need us but will define us.
Last week, I had the opportunity to be with a group of friends from all over the country. With each of us in a different state, we gathered at 9 in the morning until about 5 each night to discuss what it means to find our call, know our voice, and live into the creativityContinue reading “Zoom Diaries: A Week’s Lesson in Finding Voice”
If we can look upon the suffering of our fellow human and remain neutral because WE are comfortable, we have lost our humanity.