working toward anti-racism

Updated: Jun 14, 2020

Updated: June 14, 2020

I will continue to add resources as they emerge.


#georgefloyd

I lived in the Minneapolis area for about 15 years before moving to central Minnesota. I always thought the Twin Cities was a "happy go lucky" place where we were all safe. I wasn't listening. I was living my white privilege.


Our Black family, friends, and neighbors need the white community to be there as allies and accomplices. Here are resources we can use to educate ourselves:

75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice

Dear White Women

Talking About Race, provided by the National Museum of African American History & Culture


Here is an entire list of anti-racism resources posted by one of the Black activists I follow on Twitter, Brittany Packnett Cunningham (@MsPackyetti).


And, if you haven't watched the Netflix documentary "13TH", please do. It is time we do better.

No justice. No peace.

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