You want to engage in dialogue with friends and family. But where should you start?
Faith in Minnesota researched the messages that are most successful in addressing racial and economic justice. They found that the key to cross-racial solidarity is to mobilize around the connections between racial divisions and economic hardship. Their data supports tackling racism from a "divide-and-conquer" approach. Together, we can eliminate the structures that sow distrust, undermine belief in government, and cause economic pain for everyone, regardless of race.