I definitely think I suffer from white guilt/shame and have looked to others for guidance how to be an ally and be anti-racist. When I first started this training, I was a bit shocked that it was a white instructor teaching about racism but as I've gotten further into the exercises I do agree that it is up to white people to carry the burden of training and learning. I liked what the one woman in the video said about how she felt she was a good person because she didn't treat black people bad and had black friends. I also identified with the other woman who was lower middle class and worked her way up. I too have worked very hard to get where I am but I also understand that my white privilege helped me get there. After hearing this video I realize that I do need to do more. Like another woman in the video said, we need to interview the mayor or the school board and ask these uncomfortable questions. I also need to go out of my comfort zone more to tackle discussions that make me very uncomfortable because I'm afraid of how it might come out or be taken or possibly offend someone without meaning to.