Having the courage to show up for a very vulnerable and raw conversation on the topics of racism wasn’t any easy task to take on. However, as Britt, a white woman, relays in this solo episode it was necessary for her to get uncomfortable so that more of society will uplevel their ways of thinking and hold space for change in our communities. Sitting in place of understanding your white privilege comes with an onset of shame and feeling uncomfortable. However, while most of us can understand the feelings of being uncomfortable, we can’t understand the level of fear that resides within our black communities on a daily basis.
In this episode Britt walks through a variety of areas of injustice from the recent events of police brutality to dialogues witnessed growing up in the south to the visuals relayed in the 13th documentary on Netflix. Britt goes on to discuss various teachings she’s incurred recently and the words that have empowered her from EbonyJanice to Ibram X. Kendi.
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