2020 has been an eye opening experience for many people not matter their ethnicity or race. 2020 has revealed the ugliness and system of racism that hasn’t been discussed on this large of scale in public forums. While Black people and other people of color have been feeling it forever, many White people are just now starting to open their eyes to the pain, discomfort, and unfair treatment of their Black friends, colleagues, and in Steve Kerr’s case, his teammates.
Kerr opens up to Jemelle Hill about his feelings toward racism and now coming to the understanding that just because he has Black friends, he really doesn’t understand it but wants to take responsibility for the part he plays in it as a White man. Peep the clip below.