Anti-Racist Conversation Paradigms

How we talk about racism and anti-racism can limit or expand the possibility of reproduction, or dismantling of the status quo.

As a White person, I was ill equipped to enter adequately into conversations about racism because I was socialized with a set of conversation tools that reinforced, rather than questioned my position in the racial hierarchy. 

Expanding how we all talk about race, racism and other forms of oppression can lead to deeper awareness, analysis, allyship, accountability, and action for justice.

Below describes paradigms that reproduce the status quo and their corresponding anti-racist paradigms.

Anti-Racist Conversation Paradigms

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