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30. A Black Coach's Perspective with Chase Tucker

Updated: Oct 17, 2020

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This is a completely UN-EDITED, raw conversation between a black man that has experienced the pain of racism since the moment he was born and a white woman who's doing her best to understand.

This conversation got uncomfortable for me, as the white woman, because it's easy for me to be afraid of saying the wrong thing or not understanding properly or looking ignorant. 

Thank you, Chase Tucker, for sharing your wisdom from a black man's perspective about everything that's recently been brought to light in a whole new way.

Thank you for helping those of us, myself included, that don't know what it feels like to gain a better understanding of what's going on and how we can all contribute to making a difference

Connect with Chase on IG @chasetucker

Simple Action Steps:

Today we will be answering these questions:

1. I’m obviously a white female and I don’t know how it feels to be judged for my skin color for even a moment. I don’t think I’m alone in feeling this: I want to help but I don’t know how. What’s the most powerful thing I can do right now?

  1. 2. A word that’s being thrown around right now is “systemic racism”. What does that mean?

  2. 3. How can we create a change that’s lasting? I don’t want this to be some uproar on IG, but have everyone forget about the importance of this movement.

4. What are the best resources you’d like everyone listening to this podcast to go read, watch, and learn from?

My favorite quotes:

“First, acknowledge there’s a problem. That’s the first step.”

"Let’s no longer make race taboo… you’re not supposed to be colorblind. God created colors for a reason! He created our different tones to be celebrated, not looked over.”

“America’s system is designed like this to keep a marginalized group in prison… it’s happening intentionally in America because it’s profitable.”


Thank you, Chase, for sharing your perspective. I appreciate you.

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