“By resisting (or even embracing) fear, guilt, and shame, we can open ourselves up to conversations about race that actually create a deeper understanding.” Amelia Shroyer
How do you feel when you receive feedback that your behavior as a white person looked or felt racist to someone else?
As a white person, how do you feel when some one suggests that your viewpoint comes from a racialized frame of reference?
How do you feel when non-white people choose not to protect your feelings after you’ve made a mistake in regards to race
Racial Justice Allies invites you to join us for a conversation: When “White Fragility” Comes Into Play in Conversations About Race. Join us and find tools to understand and combat your own moments of “White Fragility.”