By Mungi Ngomane, Advocate for Human Rights, Business Operations Manager for Outvote,
Author of Everyday Ubuntu and granddaughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Atlanta, Georgia
Yes, as a white person you’ll never fully understand but you must, at THE LEAST, stand
Martin Luther King Jr. said, “I must confess that over the past few years I have been gravely
disappointed with the white moderate.
Black people give this country the benefit of the
doubt every day.
Our people are dying but we’re still showing up for work, we’re still
showing up for our white friends who want to know how they can help, we’re still showing
up for people who barely thought about racism until they saw the video of George’s Floyd’s
When black people gather in groups unarmed to protest for
their lives, we as a country remind them that Martin Luther King Jr. would not have wanted
It is time black people are truly free and for that to happen white
people must be active in dismantling the white supremacy they’ve created and continue to