These videos have helped make it easier to approach conversations about anti-racism. First, it is important to get comfortable being uncomfortable, which may be the biggest hurdle of them all as it is far easier to remain in our comfort levels than to go beyond. Second, I appreciated the analogy provided in one of the talks connecting calling out racism to dental hygiene and the need for daily maintenance while also relying on others to look out for us and let us know when there is something in our teeth. The work of being an anti-racist is daily work and white people should approach it as such given that people of color must do this work all the time. Calling out the spinach in each other's teeth connects back to getting comfortable being uncomfortable. We may not like it when we get called out, but in the long run, aren't we glad someone cared enough to look out for us and call us out?! Finally, the story approach is a powerful one. It is always powerful to name what is going on in your life and in your story and that power is only compounded when we are brave enough to share our stories and to create space for and to genuinely listen to other's stories. It is in these personal moments where change can truly take place and we are able to write a new story together.