Listen to Dr. Peniel Joseph on “The Evolution of Protests”, discussing racial injustice and exclusion in our neighborhoods (and nation), and what neighbors can do to effect change.
It also means stepping up to the plate in terms of policy decisions. It might mean that your neighborhood and the taxes and the zoning decisions, you may need to add more density to your neighborhood. And that means some black college students, some black working class people, some other people who might not have access to the supply chain of privilege that’s connected to your neighborhood, will finally have access. And it actually means that their kids might be able to go to your school . . . . That’s what white allyship is. So it’s not just voting. It’s in your day to day.