When some of you say “I don’t see color,” …you don’t help the cause. The failure to see color only benefits white America. A world without color is a world without racial debt.”
“The most radical action a white person can take is to acknowledge … privilege, to say ??In our institutional structures, and in deep psychological structures, our underlying assumption is that our lives are worth more than yours.”
“Working as a white ally is tough, but certainly not impossible.”
Help us develop better allies by participating in a dialogue about Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America by Michael Eric Dyson.Dr. Dyson is a Professor of Sociology at Georgetown University, an ordained minister, author of 20 books, a writer for the New York Times, and an editor for both The New Republic and ESPN’s The Undefeated Ebony.
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