Hey everyone, I have been suffering from severe writers block for the last week when it comes to prewriting my secondary essays, especially my diversity and challenges essay. When it comes to diversity, I am a white upper middle class male, and feel like I don't contribute much to diversity in general. I went to a very homogenous white high school, but had a sort of culture shock when I attended a major public university and actually was able to develop relationships with people different from me. I was thinking of approaching my essay from the perspective of someone who was once very ignorant when it came to racial issues (I have never been overtly racist but looking back I definitely committed micro transgressions, though white privlege was a hoax, stuff along those lines) but has been able to experience personal growth and change their perspective when it comes to being an ally for others. Do any of y'all feel like this could be a good way to approach it?