About Us

Our anti-racism accountability cards serve as convenient tools for marginalized groups to address microaggressions and racism in their everyday lives. We hope that these cards help to educate and inform those who are ready to listen. We understand that microaggressions are not "micro" at all. Microaggressions can escalate into bigger problems that may negatively impact the communities that make up our society. It's time to talk about it.

- The In Case of Racism Team

"...I detest its component parts—“micro” and “aggression.” A persistent daily low hum of racist abuse is not minor. I use the term “abuse” because aggression is not as exacting a term. Abuse accurately describes the action and its effects on people: distress, anger, worry, depression, anxiety, pain, fatigue, and suicide."
                                           ― Ibram X. Kendi, How to Be an Antiracist