The thing about white privilege is that white people don’t see it. “White privilege” doesn’t mean your life hasn’t been hard, it simply means that your skin color isn’t one of the things making it harder. This series is meant to share experiences of real people who have experienced racism and still experience it. The goal is to shine a light so that we ALL see it and take actionable steps to do something about it.

Best-selling author of the children’s book Karson Goes to School and the Karson books series, Roshel is a speaker, business leader and most important, a mother. She grew up in Memphis and St. Louis and now lives outside Dallas. She left home at 17, was the first in her family to graduate from college and never knew a “NO” she listened to.

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