Conversations about race can be challenging, but we must turn silence into dialogue. These conversations are not reserved only for people of color. In fact, it is even more important that these conversations are happening in white communities as well. At this point, being “not racist” is simply not enough. It is imperative that we are actively anti-racist if we hope to someday live in a just and equal world. What steps can we as a county take to uplift and support communities of color? How can we begin to transform our county into a safe and inclusive space for all? How can we build our capacity as a county to understand and confront racism as well as contribute to a just and equal society?
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