Naming white supremacy shifts the locus of the problem to white people, where it belongs.
When denial of white fragility is confronted, it becomes a challenge to our rightful place, an unfair moral offense, creating defensiveness rather than reflection.
White tears are a reminder to people of color that white people don’t notice racism on a daily basis; we only notice racism when the media presents it to us loudly enough
How to engage in the necessary dialogue and self-reflection that can lead to structural change.
Dr. Robin DiAngelo explains why white people implode when talking about race.