Life Stuff 101
Anti-Racism: I am Listening and Learning
Jun 2, 2020 · 14 min
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Hello and welcome to another episode of Life Stuff 101.

This episode is being released in early June, 2020. 

We are still in the middle of a pandemic and my neighbours to the south, specifically the black folks of the United States and elsewhere, are mourning and grappling with yet another tragedy of a black man who was killed in the custody of four police officers in Minneapolis on Monday, May 25th.

As an Asian Canadian and someone committed to anti-racism, I do not think or claim to know the experiences of black folks or about the history of systemic racial injustice and violence in the US or here in Canada.

But I am committed to listening and learning.

I will be sharing some of the resources that I’ve been learning from with the hopes that they will help with listening and learning for you, too.

Racism is a really uncomfortable thing to think and talk about, and if there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that being and staying comfortable doesn’t move any of us forward toward change.

Her Modern Life on Instagram
Same Faces Collective on Instagram
Alyse Ruriani on Instagram
Erica Buddington's thread on Twitter
Rachel Rodgers on the dangers of the "good white liberal response" on Facebook
Trevor Noah on Racism, Amy Cooper and George Floyd on YouTube
Don’t understand the protests? What you’re seeing is people pushed to the edge by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar op-ed for the LA Times
Anti-Racist Resources for White People
Rachel Rickett's list of anti-racism resources
List of black-owned bookstores in the United States
List of black-owned businesses
Online destination for hand-picked, curated children’s toys, games, books, and gifts that diversity of the African diaspora
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