Martin Luther King Jr memorial in Washington, DC. Image credit: mliu92 on Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0

Of course I’m racist

It’s okay to realize you might be, too

Let me start by saying that I know this is not about me.

This is about justice, and injustice, and what each of us can do to bend the arc of the moral universe just that tiny bit more.

It is not about my fears, my tears, or my grief. It is about what is useful right now. And I’m going to take my cue from Osheta

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Founder/CEO Boma. Dual citizen USA/NZ. Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator. Just wants the world to be a better place.

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Founder/CEO Boma. Dual citizen USA/NZ. Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator. Just wants the world to be a better place.

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