More than a year ago, I launched this blog with three questions about the work of nonprofits, philanthropy, and government:
7/13/2020 – As part of my continuing journey of allyship, I am reading Ibram X. Kendi’s book How To Be An Antiracist. While Kendi’s premise is so simple, what he asks us to do is, admittedly, difficult—because a “racist” is defined as “supporting a racist policy through actions or inaction or expressing a racist idea.”
6/29/2020 – In my last blog post, I wrote that those of us who are White have an obligation to go on an intentional journey of allyship—no matter how messy and uncomfortable it may be.
6/9/2020 – About a week ago, I started listening to the Seeing White podcast and heard comedian D.L. Hughly say these words, “Trump is who we are.” If ever there was a moment when we as a nation must commit to being something different—particularly those of us like me who have power and privilege by virtue of being white—it is now.