Consider how to move forward in your anti-racist work.
Prompts for Discussion
Think about your circle of influence. Where can you commit to making change?
Consider the various types of activism that we can engage in. How can we avoid engaging in clicktivism, or performative allyship?
Do you have a preference for calling someone in vs. calling someone out? Have you had experience with either of these scenarios, either as the person giving or receiving feedback?
Have you ever experienced intergroup anxiety?
Conduct a personal audit.
You've taken the Implicit Association Test, pinpointed your place in your Racial Identity Development, and taken action in supporting local groups working towards equity in your community. How else can you ensure that you're working on being anti-racist everyday?
Consider your environment: take a close look at the representation of BIPOC in your books, TV shows, podcasts, music, and social media feeds. Select a BIPOC-owned organization to support monetarily.
Set an actionable goal for yourself for the next 3-6 months.
Read this list from Vice, and make sure that you have a factual understanding of the historic and modern oppression of Indigenous people.