This image is a list called “10 Ways You Can Actively Reject Your White Privilege”. At the top of the list is a photo of a white woman and man, and in the photo background, there are white fists in the air. The list reads:
- Take up minimal space during anti-racism dialogues and protests.
- Stop contributing to gentrification and calling it “urban development.”
- Listen when people call you on your microaggressions.
- Never invite people of color to the table for the sake of claiming diversity.
- Refrain from using your non-white [sic] friends as your “urban dictionary.”
- Stop lifting up non-confrontational people of color as examples of what POC activism should be.
- Call your friends, family, and co-workers out on racism—even if a POC isn’t in the room.
- Understand that all anti-racism work doesn’t look the same and advocate accordingly.
- Realize that all discussions about race aren’t for you. And be okay with it.
- Recognize that you’re still racist. No matter what.
*POC = People of color
Source: So you say you’ve got white privilege. Now what? | Marchaé Grair | NewSacred.org