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.