Note: I am a white person speaking to white people. This piece was written originally after the murder of Ahmaud Arbery. Until the senseless murders of Black people stop, this will still be relevant. Share as you wish. I’m spinning in circles today. Another Black person was lynched. My mourning clothes feel too comfortable. Everything…

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Let’s talk about money This week, I (Rebecca) posted about an upcoming cohort on social media and this was one of the responses: “I’m personally not going to attend this seminar. I learned in school and on the news how terrible the white race has been. I choose not to be like that. I’m pretty…

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Ava Duvernay’s When They See Us is incredibly important for white America to view and process. The mini-series has the potential to draw us to consider who we are in this time. It’s too easy to look back thirty years and think “I would never do that” which had me wondering whether my life exhibits…

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