Joe Laur talks about what it takes to pass.
explaining white privilege
Embed from Getty Images—White people have a hard time admitting that American society is tilted in their favor. As a psychologist, my observation is this: When black people speak up about inequality, white people respond with a combination of disgust and fear, as if they had been personally assaulted, or they had been accused of something.…
We have a lot of learning to do about what it means to be an ally. Mike Kasdan’s response to Frank Bruni’s “I’m a White Man, Hear Me Out”
We can’t change the system if we’re stuck in being shocked at the system.
You don’t have to feel your privilege for it to be real.
It’s easy to say not everything has to be about race when you’re part of the dominant race with many privileges.