I started the short video series again.
Here is my first one of the season. This one is on racism. We might think that we have exercised it from our gizzards, but sometimes you can find it peeking around the corner.
Often times we casually mention the color of a person's skin for no real reason. "The black cashier, the black man at the bus stop told me..." I have mentioned this, or questioned this practice (which I have been guilty of as well). I found that if I ask for the significance of the skin color, I am met with defensiveness. Can we just step back and listen when we are introduced to our blind spots?
Here's the video. Please share it if you agree that this can be a problem. Let me know what you think.
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