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Being a Person of Color in the Racial Justice Movement
What generalizations do you think people make about your racial or ethnic group? Which are accurate? Which are inaccurate? Which are most painful?
The expressed American ideal is the creation of a society that is fair and has opportunity for all, regardless of individual or group identity. When you see yourself in this framework? At times, we may feel open to exploring these ideas with people of all races and ethnic backgrounds, and other times it can feel very valuable and comforting to process in a group of other people of color. In this Living Room Conversation, we invite people of color to process how your racial and ethnic identity impacts your sense of belonging, the generalizations you make about other groups, your role in fighting against racism, and your vision for racial justice.
|Being a Person of Color in the Racial Justice Movement