Reply to "The Consequences of Being Openly Anti-racist?"

Jody McVittie 
I appreciate your engagement.  As you have chosen to give yourself latitude to look at the "nooks and crannies" of identity and privilege, I too had to and continue to do the same.  To me it is a cornerstone of owning my identity and how I show up in the world.  It is surprising, often times isolating and increasingly openly appreciated.  The most important part  about this discovery and recovery is that how I show up now is real both in terms of history and my values and my vision.  My actions are now congruent with and honest to my lived experience.  
 
As a follow up, I wonder what you mean by the statement "...or accused by someone who has trouble sorting out the role their own internal oppression in a conflict."  What does that look like?  Feel free to message me directly if preferred. 
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