As a white male, I agree that I can never know how racial injustice feels. Although I have a black wife with mixed children, the majority of my professional, social, and familial circles are white. I admit that I am privileged, but often feel blessed to not find myself in overt hateful/racist circles. I wonder, if my circles are mostly white, and we were products of racist institutions, and if we harbor racist feelings, shouldn't we feel most comfortable to share these racist sentiments within our most trusted circles? Shouldn't I have my finger on the pulse of racist America? Why don't I hear it or see it from my circles? Are there non-racist white spheres of influence, or are racists just keeping it to themselves; only releasing their hate with their own actions and microaggressions? Are we settling for be being non-racists rather than anti-racists? With recent events, I would say we're guilty of complacency. It's not because of me or my friends and family. Our circles are looking out and pointing fingers at other white circles; as if they're in secret societies, less educated, or from lower incomes. But we know that racists come from all different kinds of walks of life. They are among our circles. It is called upon us to continue educating ourselves and educating others in our circles. Thank you for your efforts.