Black Lives Matter
It is time for all of us to examine our privileges in this society. I am white, I will never understand what it is like to be black in the United States. But I need to do better. I created these coloring pages to help others sit with their own privilege for awhile. Print these out, color them, and think. Then display them in your homes, in your windows, or mail them to family members to start a conversation. Color them with your children and talk to them. Let them be reminders in the months and years ahead that to combat and unlearn racism, we need to be vigilant. To be anti-racist, it is a constant process, not a "realization" that someone suddenly arrives at. If you'd like to see other phrases here, please send me an email. And if you find these valuable, please donate to a bail fund, a cause against police brutality, or other cause that supports the Black Lives Matter movement.