12 minutes | Nov 3, 2020

You Deserve Better: Solidarity Should Not Be Conditional in the Fight for Racial Justice

Black people. If your friendships with the white people in your life require your silence, if the glue that holds those relationships together is predicated on the assumption that you will never hold them accountable for the ways they are complicit with white supremacy, then those “friendships” are no friendships at all, as those relationships do not allow you to be seen as your full self. You deserve better. In this week's episode, Relando shares why, and offers an alternative set of thought processes for white accountability. Blog Post referenced in this episode: You Deserve Better: White Friends Who Need Disclaimers in the Fight for Racial Justice Are Not Truly Your Friends Support the podcast by becoming a patron: patreon.com/NAHBlog Other Important Links: Blog: notesfromanaspiringhumanitarian.com Podcast Website: podcast.notesfromanaspiringhumanitarian.com Relando's Website: relandothompkinsjones.com Social Justice Origin Stories Podcast: socialjusticeoriginstories.com Notes from an Aspiring Humanitarian by Relando Thompkins Jones is a project of Thompkins-Jones Consulting. All Rights Reserved.
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