Lent. Day 12. Go, LOOK for things which challenge your perspective. Part 2.... Part 1 is here. Look for VIDEOS which challenge your perspective. LOOK FOR THINGS TO WATCH, short: Youtube, “How to Deal with the Police - Parents Explain” | 5 min Hard. SUPER important. TED talk, "The Urgency of Intersectionality” by Kimberle Crenshaw… Continue reading LENT. Day 12.
For Lent, Day 9, I am sharing the below post from Ryan Keyes-Lee about the importance of supporting black business - especially the arts. Check out what he has to say. And seek out those opportunities. #AntiRacismforLent #blacklivesmatter #antiracismeveryday #seekingracialjustice #lent #itdoesnothavetobethisway Ryan Keyes-Lee February 16 at 6:13pm · Day 3: Support black business; including the arts. It's important for white… Continue reading LENT. Day 9.
Lent. Day 8. Talk to your children about racial justice. Let them ask the really hard questions - don't avoid them, as uncomfortable as it might be for you. If you don't know, tell them you're still learning. And then seek out the truth and find an answer for them. DO NOT tell them you… Continue reading LENT. Day 8.
LENT. Day 7. Learn about Black History. If you have never actually personally listened to or watched MLK Jr's I have a dream speech, do it. Read about him until you could tell his story - find something you never knew about him before. Read about him like you had to be ready to answer… Continue reading LENT. Day 7.
AntiRacismforLent. Day 6. NAMES MATTER. Learn to pronounce the names that give you pause. This is REALLY important. All kinds of studies show that people love to hear their own name. I haven’t actually read any about the effects of having a name that people avoid saying, but I want to talk about that. I… Continue reading LENT. Day 6.