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How do you heal from racial injustice ?

Healing from racial injustice can be a lengthy and difficult process, but it’s one that is incredibly important. One of the most important steps is to educate yourself on the history and current reality of racism and its impact on our society. It’s also essential to be conscious of your own biases and work to become an ally to those who experience racism. Additionally, it can be helpful to connect with other people who are committed to anti-racism, to have meaningful conversations about race, and to take action to support organizations and movements that are working to create a more just and equitable society. Ultimately, we must continue to strive towards understanding and acceptance of one another if we are to move towards true healing. Using your voice aids in the constant challenge of privilege and racism impacting people of color. Standing aside and watching, experiencing or creating experiences of racial injustice aids in continued racism. It's not enough to support silently. Say something. Do something.


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