I found this section of the training very interesting and as someone who has been involved in anti-racist activism for a long time I find the discussion on guilt very interesting. I thought it was a new take to call guilt a motivator, which I could be curious on examples. My biggest question and thoughts are around how can you motivate people to be part of the struggle and to wonder if people should be personal guilt or systematic guilt. Personal guilt assume that each individual has a lot of people, systematic guilt directs that guilt against a system that white people are a product of and I think can help people move to action. From some experiences I have seen guilt be paralyzing for some people, such as saying: "Well it's not my role as a white people to show up to protest and support the anti-racist movement." What has been really interesting since the killing George Floyd is that you have seen white privilege utilized for the struggle, such as black activist asking white activist to be between them and the cops, which shows solidarity and that white be people should see that racism in the end hurts them too.
I totally agree that there are white people that overcompensate and I think the role of white people is to show up, listen and build lasting relationships with communities of color in order to build together.