Many folks are wondering how to get involved, or how to even begin processing recent events related to white supremacy, white violence, and police brutality.
Personally, I acknowledge that as a non-Black person of color, I engage in this conversation with a particular set of experiences, biases, privileges, and (dis)advantages.
1. Thank you to Sarah Sophie Flicker and Alyssa Klein for compiling this Anti-Racism Resource for our communities and to Sarah Park Dahlen, Ph.D. for sharing it with us.
3. Finally, thank you to Michelle Kim at Awaken for organizing these ideas for us: 20+ Allyship Actions for Asians to Show Up for the Black Community Right Now.
This is hard, ongoing, and good work, for the saving of many lives.
Thank you for your partnership and support as we work together for a better world, now and forever.
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