Interrupting cultural oppression is possible and it takes all kinds of human intervention, including our own choices in what we say and don't say. You may have experiences of becoming more aware of cruelty in your own vocabulary, and with self-compassion you may have worked to make changes. What changes have you successfully made in the words you use? What are you still working on changing?
[image description: Two hearts are having a verbal exchange. The heart on the left has a somewhat clueless facial expression and says, "Blah blah racist joke blah —" The heart on the right appears angry and interrupts by saying, "Not ok!" Text reads: "Wise action interrupts cruelty."]
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