My privilege: not guilt, but Responsibility

self-picAnonymous,
Portland, OR.

I use the Race Card project framework to update my racial autobiography occasionally, so it changes over time. Right now, I am struck by the urgency to unpack my White privilege and not waste time or energy on guilt. I didn’t make systemic racism but I know it exists to engineer some folks toward, and others away from, opportunity and advantage. I have to be actively taking it apart in my work and life. Daily.

 

My privilege: not guilt, but Responsibility

self-picAnonymous,
Portland, OR.

I use the Race Card project framework to update my racial autobiography occasionally, so it changes over time. Right now, I am struck by the urgency to unpack my White privilege and not waste time or energy on guilt. I didn’t make systemic racism but I know it exists to engineer some folks toward, and others away from, opportunity and advantage. I have to be actively taking it apart in my work and life. Daily.

My privilege: not guilt, but Responsibility

self-picAnonymous,
Portland, OR.

I use the Race Card project framework to update my racial autobiography occasionally, so it changes over time. Right now, I am struck by the urgency to unpack my White privilege and not waste time or energy on guilt. I didn’t make systemic racism but I know it exists to engineer some folks toward, and others away from, opportunity and advantage. I have to be actively taking it apart in my work and life. Daily.

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