This week, I really enjoyed the Antiracism and Environmental Justice presentations! During Tuesday’s meeting, the privilege “walk” made me realize I’m privileged in more ways than I had ever thought about. I never used to consider “not having to rely on public transportation” or “having a computer at home” as areas of privilege and always overlooked them. I also noticed that certain areas can be either obstacles or privileges for people, depending on the situation. One of the topics I couldn’t put a tick mark down for was “having English as a first language,” but I don’t see this as something that’s made me less privileged. I started learning English when I was only 6, so being a nonnative speaker was rarely a challenge and actually became an asset as I grew up. This is certainly different for people who have to learn a new language when they’re older, and it affects everyday life in more ways than people can even think about. I also really enjoyed that Thursday’s presentation made me do some self reflection like the Antiracism presentation did. I learned that if everyone lived their lives the way I did, we would need 3.5 Earths! The activity and discussion definitely made me realize that I should be doing more to live sustainably.