Watching that video it struck me that many years ago I started to confront some of these things in myself. I realized at a job I was working that I thought because of where I worked and the population I worked with that I could not be complicit in racism. When some of my friends called me out on a statement I made. It was hard for me to hear but I had to sit and reflect on this. I was also fortunate to have coworkers who were honest and open and when things would come up they were kind and educational in helping me with my blind spots. These opportunities for growth were hard because I had to realize there were so many things ingrained in our society that I had never even realized I needed to question because of their perpetuation of racism. I now work for a large hospital system and am trying to do the work to ask the questions and do the due diligence like the woman points out in the video to push that we all need to be aware of our own complacency in the systems. We need to ask the hard questions of those in power, know how they are addressing issues of race and disparities and what their plans are for keeping our policies, systems and hiring free of racist perpetuation.