Silent No More
efore real change can happen, it’s important to acknowledge the past. For this reason, I need to say I am sorry. I’m sorry for the times I listened to jokes directed at people of color, specifically black people, and didn’t speak out against them. I’m sorry for the times I said something offensive myself. I’m sorry for the times that I ignored the inappropriate and offensive things my family members said and didn’t speak up. Please, let me be silent no more, by borrowing your glasses in conversations that elevate black voices in the search of perspective that can change the world.
What’s correct: Black, African American or People of Color (POC)?
What is your first memory of racism?
How do you believe being black has effected your professional experience?
How can we embrace our differences while focusing on being equal?
How has being black effected your educational experiences?
What has your experience with law enforcement looked like?
What do you/will you teach your children about race?
How can I educate my children?
What do you hope for me to understand?
What can I do?
CONNECT WITH ME
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