- You can’t jump over the difficult personal work required to examine your role in racism’s presence in our society, says writer and consultant Robin DiAngelo.
- Relying on easy answers from people around you won’t solve the problem. DiAngelo compares this to your doctor delivering a diagnosis without an explanation. Wouldn’t you take it upon yourself to learn about the ailment? Racism should be treated the same way.
- Receiving feedback with grace, reflecting on it, and seeking to change the behavior should be the modus operandi for all white people. This process should not be revolutionary.
If you want to further your education on racism, you can access Robin DiAngelo’s list of resources here.