Congratulations! Whether you have arrived here at the end of the 21-Day or the 30-Day Challenge, take a moment to pause, reflect and celebrate your accomplishment. You have met the challenge! Though we are sure that by now you recognize this only the beginning of a journey. Use the reflection questions and resources on this page to help keep your journey going.
We hope you will return to this challenge as well, explore different resources next time, or do the 30-Day Challenge if you stopped at 21-Days this time through. Each time you come to the challenge there will be new things to learn and explore because your own perspectives and knowledge you bring in will change. We will keep this guide updated too, revising and updating as new resources become available.
"Still I Rise" by Maya Angelou (2 min)
"What it means to be anti-racist" by Anna North for Vox (9 min)
Childish Gambino's music video for "This Is America" (4 min)
"A Poem for My White Friends: I Didn't Tell You" from Norma J (7 min)
Nina Simone’s performance of "Mississippi Goddam" from Carnegie Hall in 1964 (5 min)
Take time today to reflect on all you have learned through the challenge over the last few weeks. If there are any topics you would like to learn more about return to those days to read, watch, listen or engage with more of the material. Explore the resources for further learning and engage with one or more of these longer form and more intensive resources for learning.
What have been your biggest takeaways from participating in this challenge? What have you learned about yourself? What issues did you become more familiar with? What resources will you return to? Were there any topics that made you especially uncomfortable to learn about?
"The Case for Considering Reparations" by Ta-Nehisi Coates for The Atlantic (7 min)
"#BlackoutTuesday: Performative Activism's Issues" a TEDx Talk from Qy'Darrius McEachern (11 min)
"Get comfortable with being uncomfortable" a TED Talk from Luvvie Ajayi Jones (11 min)
"Diversify Your Life - The Heartwork and Homework of Justice" a conversation with Dani Coke from The Diversity Gap (31 min)
"Increasing the Volume of Your Action" a conversation with Kay Fabella from The Diversity Gap (43 min)
What action do you plan to take this next week, month, year, based on what you learned through this challenge? What resources will you need to make that happen? How will you be accountable to following through on your plan?