This module has really got my mind whirling. I am proud that I am white. I am proud that I am an American. I am proud of my Irish heritage. But I am heartbroken at the way other groups of people have been treated for centuries. I grew up in an almost completely white rural community in the south. While I knew racism existed, it seemed like something that happened other places or in history books. I really was one of the blissfully ignorant, but I did not pretend it wasn't happening. . .I genuinely did not know it was still a real problem. It wasn't until high school that I found I started learning that these issues had continued through, and are still going. I recognize that I have lived a privileged life. While I am still processing all the information from the past two modules, I am also considering how I might be able to use that privilege to help with change during these critical and stressful times. I am open to other people's suggestions. I am a proponent of words that inspire and words that lead to action. So, whatever ideas you have, and what others out there are doing, I am interested in learning more about. Ideas please. . . . . . . .