Is It Okay to Break Promises?

Stopping self-imposed limitations is one piece of solving the racial puzzle.

A Jewish man blowing the Shofar (ram’s horn), which is used to blow sounds on Rosh HaShana (the Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur (day of Atonement)
Image: Shutterstock/Seth Aronstam

A recurring complaint many white folks share with me is that they’re tired of people playing the victim card.

“I get it. There’s racism,” they say. “But I don’t think that should be an excuse.”



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Jeffrey Kass

Jeffrey Kass

Named by Medium as Top Writer on Racism, Diversity, Education and Parenting | Speaker on Race and Society | Award-Winning Author| Latest Book: The Rona Diaries