How to be an effective ally in the fight against racism

SAN DIEGO — For the past few weeks, many black people have noticed their phones lighting up a little bit more.White friends, coworkers and acquaintances are checking up in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death. And oftentimes, the “how are you doing” question is followed by another: “How can I help?”Their advice: Just start.“One of the first things that came to mind was #ThisTimeItsWhitePeoplesWork,” said Jimmer Bolden, a black member of The Unity Center, who has been helping lead dialogues with white congregants who want to be allies in the fight against racism.“It’s always been black people’...


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