Privileged Kyle Korver

In Korver’s, I talked about the racial incident that happened that team and also but feeling people that watch their games. Korver expresses that “  when it comes to racism in America think that builds in spots ability tends to be as seen as more or less the same thing. But I’m beginning to understand how there. As white people are we going to have to send our forefathers? no, I don’t think so. But are we responsible for them? Yes, I believe we are. And I guess I come to you realize that when we walked back from the systemic racism police reform, workplace diversity, affirmative action, better access to healthcare reparation? It’s not about guilt. It’s not about pointing fingers are passing blade. It’s about responsibility. It’s about understanding that when we’ve said the word equality for Generations that we really mint for a certain group of people. Not understanding that out when we spell the word inequality for the generations that we’ve really met slavery and its aftermath what is Philippine to this day. But understanding on a fundamental level. They still have it.” Kyle’s trying to talk about how you’re not guilty of what the people before I said but we are responsible for what is yet to Come and how to make a choice by taking responsibility for what others said.  this week we also looked at it our article by Duhigg that shines light upon the subject of social change movements. that depend on strong ties, social habits, and weak ties. Within this new article, we can see how the social habits of others are outweighing strong ties of the week ties. to have a social movement that will work and that will make a change needs have a balance between these three aspects. In Duhigg’s Article, he shares that “ social habits are why some initiatives become world-changing movements While others fail to ignite. And the reason why social habits have such influences because at the root of many movements be they large-scale revolutions or simple fluctuations in the church as people attend is a three-part process that historians and sociologists say show up again and again. Of movement starts because of the social habits of friendship in the strong ties between close acquaintances. It grows because of the habits of the community and the weak ties that hold neighborhoods and clans together. And it endures because of movements leaders give participants new habits that create a fresh sense of identity and feeling of ownership.” What Duhigg and Korver  are both saying is you have a strong movement that’s going to make a change and what they believe is wrong need to have a strong front line waiting to leave the community that are struggling and to be under a lot of pressure to stand up for what is right and to create ownership of the situation.

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