good advice for living!

6. Check your privilege. Use this time not only to educate yourself on the inner workings of government, but to listen to the voices of those who have different hardships than you do. Intentionally seek out perspectives from those who have something to lose over the next four years (but don’t demand emotional labor from them—instead listen to their voice, read their words and try to understand their struggle). Being an ally is a constantly evolving action, not a label you can attach to your shirt with a safety pin and then call it a day.

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