How to talk about racism with friends and family

Rachel Wilkerson Miller, author of “The art of showing up” and deputy editor of Vice Life with tips on how friends and family can have open conversations about Black Lives Matter and systemic racism.

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27 thoughts on “How to talk about racism with friends and family

  1. Regardless of the perspective offered, many people are lost when it comes to discussing racism – So I appreciate the video! I just started a "Racism Series" on my channel – not cookie cutter talk you've heard before though. I hope people are inspired to manifest deeper reflections on how to reduce racism in the world.

  2. “News” people stoke and exasperate racism yet still pretend to be the holy ones pontificating on how to follow their method. Leftists are the new religious elite.

  3. The meat of this report is centered completely on BlackLives Matter position and emotional response. If numbers and situations are interpreted wrongly, will those people listen? My experience so far is, not much. What exactly does Gay Trans etc really have to do with, even, George Floyd’s death? I am listening. Feel free to go to Black Lives Matter web site and read there beliefs. Black trans women, not men featured. Black families, without men featured. Does anyone realize this? This movement stands, topically, for a world sans men issues. But really it I being used for an dangerous and destructive ideology. WORD. PEACE. The facts are easy to find, just look.

  4. U can’t convince someone not to be racist. They see themselves and people like them as superior. Many just choose to be less vocal about their views. However, their feelings will manifest via their social/job positions in society by showing a hard bias over and over and by teaching their next generations passive-aggressively and next thing u know u have a system where racist r at the top of society and u have a racist system.

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