Now, more than ever, it is essential for all people, regardless of background, to come together to support each other and the Black Lives Matter movement. Protests are being heard around the world as people of all creeds are standing with those that have been oppressed by systemic racism and police brutality for far too long. This design from Brigid Moore shows how good it can feel to stand up for others against injustice for what is morally good.
A study done through Buffalo University proved empirically that standing up for what you believe in is worth it, even when most of the group is opposed initially. Sometimes it’s only good for your own psyche, but often you can uncover truths by challenging the status quo, even when it’s scary. (Buffalo University)
Protests often may seem like they don’t create the wanted results quickly enough, but statistics from a Harvard University study show they are effective. Their research shows that protest does not work because big crowds send a signal to policy-makers—rather, it’s because protests get people politically activated. (Quartz)
Question: How can you personally use your talents and resources to stand up for what is morally good in the face of oppression? What specific skills do you bring to the table?
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