I really identified with what Tom Rietz said about his white privilege. And, I really liked what Jay Smooth said about switching the paradigm of making a mistake to dental hygiene and away from an all or nothing perspective or good person/bad person. It creates a standard of perfection where people don't want to make mistakes because it would mean we're bad and racist people. I like the dental hygiene analogy. I also loved that he said, "We are not good despite our imperfections, it's the connection we maintain with our imperfections that allows us to be good to each other and to ourselves." Very powerful- so growth oriented and deeply accepting.