“I’m complicit in racism. And you are, too!”
White folks who date, hire, and welcome people of color into their homes – they may think they can’t possibly contribute to the problem of racism, but that’s far from the truth.
Now, Jordan Peele’s film Get Out has a lot of people talking about how white “allies” are complicit in racism. And it’s a discussion that’s been a long time coming.
So if you’re a white person, what can you learn about white privilege from Get Out? Drop in on this story based on a real conversation between friends, and you might be able to relate to what our protagonist learns about their role as an ally.
The Editors at Everyday Feminism
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