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Steve Majors is a nonprofit communicator and writer who lives in Takoma Park, MD.
I could give you hundreds of examples—things that happen to me and my black colleagues and friends every single day. Social justice practitioners often point to allyship as an opportunity for sympathetic White people to get involved in the fight for social equity — to use their privileges to call attention to injustice by utilizing the channels which are generally inaccessible to people of color without penalization. But please understand that I could go on and on. Now, when I go into the office on weekends, I make sure to put on khakis and a polo shirt—and when I look at my white colleagues coming in wearing jeans or jogging suits, I feel my resentment growing.
“dear white boss…”
Wannt believe in the company, in our products, and our future. by. Have you noticed that the turnover rate for blacks is ificantly higher than it is for our white counterparts?
After all, black and brown people have been resisting, uprising, and protesting in this country for centuries. Maybe I see s of hope amid the horror—I see more white people publicly mourning the recent losses of black and brown life, and some progressive white people I know have committed to explore their role in white supremacy through tools like dant exercises in this extraordinary book.
White people say they want to be an ally to black people. but are they ready for sacrifice?
One of my dear, and very talented, black friends was recently hired as a senior vice president for a major financial institution. I am gratified by the recent public statements from leaders at small to large public and private universities and corporations conveying their support and pledging to stand by the black community to end racial injustices.
Not sure where to start at your own institution? But on another level, these managers frequently contend with an atmosphere of tension, instability, and distrust that can be so frustrating they lose the desire to contribute fully or do their best work; they may even drop out altogether.
Until a critical mass of white people begin and continue the work of anti-racism with their own lives, then uprisings and protests will function more as expressions of black and brown pain than as inflection points in the culture. It may have seemed like a harmless question to you, but it struck a nerve. It should be required reading for white executives—after all, companies can ill afford to allow talent to slip through their fingers. Creating spaces for nonblack people to come together to share perspectives and learn how to support the black community is a great way to build and expand alliances.
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Do you remember when Robert, our black marketing director, hired Marie, also an African-American? If the White people in my life could hit a button and instantly remove the privileges afforded to them along racial lines, would they hit that button? Either they accept that they blcak inherited this house of white supremacy, built by their forebears and willed to them, and they are now responsible for paying the taxes on that inheritance, or the status quo continues.
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Our blacl are changing for the better and growing stronger to combat the hate we received from the start of our existence in this country. If she does, what will she do with it? Talk with a black friend about these movies and shows. She may feel like old news now. Like Marie, this manager was clearly the best qualified of candidates.
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They tend to think about race in their daily lives. I myself feel brave enough to speak, here and now, despite how speaking out has hurt me in the past losing relationships, hearing racial slurs, etc. So as you navigate these new opportunities through allyship, I blaci you to ask yourself the two questions that I raised at the beginning: Why now? Neither the sudden compulsion toward acts of kindness, nor a genuine concern for the experiences of people of color, constitute true allyship However, neither the sudden compulsion toward acts of kindness, nor a genuine concern for the experiences of people of color, constitute true allyship.
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Even with her comments, the meeting got off to an awkward start, but in the end everyone had a chance to ask questions and express their concerns. But black students, staff and faculty want and need more. White allies should speak out on behalf of unheard black people and communities, writes Jourdan Hilaire, who offers suggestions for blck to do. Still, as I read, I wonder, what now?
Indeed, this idea is almost axiomatic. You are complicit. Despite my 15 years of experience, despite my solid track record, my new colleagues appeared to have little interest in my business expertise. I then ask them how they know. Things became complicated, however, because Robert had also recently promoted wang black man into a position of authority.
“i feel alienated…”
The room is racially diverse and full of people who have gotten into top law schools. To expect true allyship from the White people in my life would be to ask them to be willing to sacrifice the thing that they covet most, though they may never be truly conscious of it: their Whiteness. Little wonder so many of us remain alienated. You and I both want this company to succeed. Ang
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Caver is the group director of client and assessment services at the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, North Carolina. We have the same need for socialization and acceptance that you do. The point, the authors stress, is not to belabor the lack of people of color in the executive suite or any of the other barriers that limit opportunities in corporate America.