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Recognizing My White Privilege and Its Intersection With Anti-Racism

The Talk Continues: Darcy Anderson is a senior program coordinator for the Center for Scholars
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I did not grow up in an overtly racist household.

My parents did not use hateful or racist speech. They did not engage in practices or organizations that were exclusionary or segregated. So, I spent much of my life viewing myself as “not racist.”

But as I genuinely and consciously began my journey toward being an anti-racist, I had to confront the systems and privileges that had and continue to benefit me. Continue learning about Darcy’s journey toward anti-racism at The Talk Continues.

Michael Mahi

Michael Mahi