When You Ask “What Can We Do To Support Black Issues”

Published on July 16, 2020 by

Ever since the death of George Floyd, many non-Black people have felt “guilt” about how Black people are treated. As a result, donations have been made, and many organizations have found the “lone Black person” to ask “what can we do to support Black issues”?

Here’s the answer: It has NOTHING to do with money.

People like to throw money at race issues. But it’s deeper than that. It’s what you think about them. Those thoughts come from what you’ve seen, how you’ve been taught…and all these affect your implicit bias about them.

That’s the root issue!

So if you really want to solve this issue, watch the video above. It doesn’t address the problems. It only addresses the solutions. It’s a must much for anyone who wants to really make things better.

If someone asks you how to support Black issues, share with your friends and co-workers as well.

It’s from Howard Ross back in 2014. If you want to see the full clip, click here.

Also, if have a credit card rewards you’re looking for ways to donate to support people who are suffering during COVID, click here to check out this guide

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