Equity Work is a safe way to describe the work I do with schools, districts, and networks. In reality, though, my work with educators is Anti-Oppression work. More specifically, [much of] it is Anti-Racist work; it sees and dismantles White Supremacy in our classrooms, schools, and networks. These words can make educators, funders, and leaders uncomfortable (at the very least) and scared, angry and defensive at the worst. But what happens if we stop using these words or never start using them at all? This article in Yes! Magazine helps explain why we need to say White Supremacy if we want to undo systemic racism in our schools and society.