Thanks for taking the time to reply, DiDi. Because we’re communicating across the Internet, I want to take care to not misunderstand your writing. What I’m hearing you say is, mostly-white organizations with missions of incubating or educating other white people about dismantling racism aren’t helpful (in large part because they center white comfort); and a more preferable and genuine approach is for white people to address racism directly in their individual settings, e.g. households, workplaces, neighborhoods. Another other good option would be for white people to join and support Black and PoC-led projects and learn to do anti racism work within those contexts.
Is that an accurate reading?