@Natalie I don't know. I don't have the opportunity to encounter a lot of non-white people because I live in Oregon, which is just so so white, demographically. I want to confront white supremacy in myself (I'm sure it's there!) but I can't find it!
@Aubrianne Thanks for your honesty and vulnerability about this, Aubrianne! If you'd like, I can make some suggestions for ways to begin looking at Whiteness that may help you start to identify White supremacy.
@Natalie ooh good & hard one.
Buying too much into academic credentials as a measure of capability or worth, esp. mentally ranking institutions by "eliteness."
@Natalie I can counter it by being aware of this bias in my thinking & paying attention to an entire person, knowing "elite" credentials are unbelievably stacked toward white people, esp. wealthy white people. Pay attention to history, experience, capability as shown other ways, as a way to gauge credibility. Start with assumption of worth, not require proving it (that's patriarchy too woot woot).
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