I was struck by the words of the participants in that Y group video we saw. Recovering racist, for example. This is going to be a lifelong struggle, an uphill battle inside yourself to move behind the shame and guilt wall you've erected and to try to root out the implicit biases, the microaggressions, the complacency, the complicity. I read the recent Washington Post article "When Black people are in pain, white people just join book clubs" and they read, talk about what they read, they listen, and they talk about how they listened. But the article goes on to say "it's time to acknowledge and examine the pain they have caused..." and work to dismantle the racist structures in society and in oneself. Recently a Black member of my Quaker meeting wrote that he was walking down the street and saw a white mother and daughter chalking BLM on the sidewalk. But he then said that they avoided looking at him. They did not acknowledge him as a person. And I think that applies to the rest of us.