These are the five words I most hear from white people. Once the embeddedness of racism is understood, a sense of urgency to DO something stirs anxiety for action. And then, a while later, the whole problem feels too big, leading to something like, "But really, what can one person do?"
Linked here is a TED Talk by Verna Myers. She offers us THREE tangible action steps, all of which we can start today in the privacy of our own minds and homes.
Turns out, you don't need to be an activist to take action.
Thank you Ms. Myers for this 18-minute wisdom soaked offering!