I was one of the many who were silent. I wasn’t sure what to say or how to say it. Not anymore. Speaking up is my responsibility.
It’s not about “doing enough” – there’s no magical quota to fill. It’s about making racial equality an everyday activity because it’s the right thing to do.
I’m no more qualified to speak or write or act on this than anyone, but if we don’t acknowledge, accept and act, waiting for someone else to do something, or waiting until we have more time, nothing will change.
This is a now problem that all of us need to work on together.
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