Someone I respect a lot for standing ground and not apologizing for presenting racism defined a certain way (in this case, defining racism to be White centered where the European/Caucasian lineage is taken to be the default dominant class and center of the hierarchical power structure and historic oppression of other classes) DOESN'T seem to grasp the natural law concept that any change involves EQUAL effort on BOTH SIDES of the relationship or conflict between the two people, sides or groups confronting each other. This process of change or adaptation to work with the biases of the other is MUTUAL. It's not "one way" where one side demands to keep how they see, say or do things, and only the "other side conforms or changes to accommodate." This isn't some "white man's law" or "white perception imposed on everyone else" I argue it's just plain NATURAL LAWS based on how the human conscience is DESIGNED where we are socially or spiritually connected as HUMANS independent of race, class, gender, culture etc. and we NATURALLY respond in TANDEM to each other. So anything that's going to change involves equal and opposite exchange on BOTH SIDES. And collectively, that's how we change society and institutions by starting INDIVIDUALLY and working in RELATIONS to effect COLLECTIVE/GLOBAL change as a result. But IM2 who I respect for expressing and sticking to principles and beliefs, thinks this is more "white man's abuse of individualism" to break down collective identity of blacks and minorities and keep imposing the same power structure that empowers whites unequally. How is "change being mutual" only a "white man's game". I challenge IM2 to explain in Black cultural terms this universal phenomenon where change happens holistically, mutually between people, and isn't a "game" of one person or one group imposing change on OTHERS without also having to change to the same degree. How do you state that UNIVERSAL principle where it isn't white imposition. What is the BLACK cultural way of expressing how change happens mutually?