The holiday season is upon us, and for many people that means spending time with extended family for the first time in a very long time.
While the holidays can be difficult to manage even without the added stress of pandemic traveling, busy work schedules, and coordinating plans, this year’s holiday tensions could be even higher — especially if you’re someone who has family members that openly share their racist remarks, jokes, and views.
If you’re in this situation, it might be tempting to forgo the holidays altogether. But as an anti-racism educator and social justice activist who has personally been in similar situations, I can tell you that it’s so important to call out these types of behavior, especially with family members.
In this video, I share four strategies for dealing with racist family members and why it’s so important to have difficult conversations about racism with our loved ones.
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