We start this podcast with a discussion of the murder of George Floyd by members of the Minneapolis Police Department. As white people, we’ll never know what it’s like to be treated differently by police because of the color of our skin, but we have a responsibility to try to understand, and then do something to make the world better. We discuss our feelings, the conflict we have between still enjoying our lives while acknowledging the tragedy, and share ideas on how we can take small steps to make the world better. We hope our discussion helps you process your feelings on this incredibly complex topic.
If you’re not interested in this discussion, skip ahead to 6:30 for a more normal podcast listening experience. Here are links from this episode:
- Bridget is reading books about racism with her children to help educate them on the subject. Here’s what she has coming to start the process:
- Nick recommended three cookbooks by black authors:
- Bridget is super pumped to be getting her husband a birthday dinner from The Plate Collective.
- And be sure to enjoy this Chimichurri Pork Tenderloin recipe at home this week.
Thanks for listening, we hope this week’s episode helps get you through what has been an incredibly difficult week.
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