Through the years, I have heard some of my white friends and family complain about feeling so guilty all the time when it comes to racism.
My friends, my family, my people: to put it bluntly, nobody cares (except, maybe, us). Feeling bad is not the point. Guilt helps nothing unless it motivates action, and action is what actually changes things.
Toku at The Unexecutive writes about this very well in his post, White Guilt vs. White Responsibility. Go read it!
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