As host of this show, I am sitting in my discomfort of what I don’t know. I’m learning and growing and committed to change. I don’t have the answers and this is my truth at the time of recording this show (although even since recording this, I’ve learned more and know I still didn’t get it perfectly right).
I’m committed to learning more every day on continue listening. If you want to reach me, email@example.com.
Although I’ve included some resources below, I recognize there are may more out there and this is just a starting place.
Anti-racism for beginners:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1S5uckFHCA_XZkxG0Zg5U4GQGbY_RklZARwu43fqJH0E/preview?pru=AAABcp6p-Pc*XDNY99RFHFXpFn_i2uFZMw
Book to read: https://www.ibramxkendi.com/how-to-be-an-antiracist-1 and workbook here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5913d00603596e07853ef761/t/5dc37dafd013963f1c034404/1573092786304/bookclubkit.ANTIRACIST.pdf
People and places to support (thank you to Rewilding for Women):
Ted Talks to help you understand racism:
5 Racist Anti-Racism Responses “Good” White Women Give to Viral Posts:
How much white privilege do you have? A checklist from 1988 is still relevant today:
Dealing with your white feelings:
Resources at certified b lab on diversity and Inclusion: