I'm a middle school history teacher and although I've privately learned much about systemic racism in the past few years, and have started questioning the status quo, I haven't done much to bring those thoughts into my classroom. I'm faced with the reality that my World History curriculum is still very white and Euro-centric. I guess I fall into the category of "nonracist" but now I'm actively trying to become antiracist. I plan to use the summer months to educate myself and really reflect on how to change the way I do things in class to amplify the voices of marginalized people throughout the world. It's a worthy struggle, and I know I'm going to get some pushback from my colleagues, who are more than happy with the status quo.