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There's A 21-Day Plan For People Who Want To Build Effective Social Justice Practices

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A group of protestors facing the camera on a street has a Black man in front with a bullhorn with numerous men and women behind him displaying signs.
Gabrielle Stanley
Protesters gathered on Kansas City's Country Club Plaza in the days following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Furthering your understanding of power, privilege, supremacy, oppression and equity takes time and determination. But there's an abundance of resources to help empower those on the quest for equity and justice.

If the ongoing protests around the country have you wondering what you can do to help, committing yourself to learning more about the forces at work is a beginning. One longtime racial justice educator has a way to get you started.

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