This week has been a dark and sad time in American history.
I don’t understand what has happened to kindness, morality and human decency.
I have been trying to educate myself with some of these articles.
What To Do When You Are Called Racist by Washington Post
The “Some Of My Best Friends Are Black” Article by New York Times
What it really means to be an anti-racist, and why it’s not the same as being an ally
Don’t Understand the Protests? What You’re Seeing is People Pushed to the Edge. by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the LA Times
The “I’m Not Racist” Defense by CNN
Letter From a Region in My Mind by James Baldwin by James Baldwin in the New Yorker
6 Questions to Stop Asking Your Black Friends Right Now on Instagram
Of Course There Are Protests. The State is Failing Black People. by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor for the New York Times
These 7 Books on White Privilege Will Help You Better Understand Race In America
How To Make Sure You’re Donating Effectively by The Cut
Why You Need to Stop Saying “All Lives Matter” by Rachel Cargle for Harper’s Bazaar
Books to deepen your understanding of racism in America
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