As a Black man, I have personally experienced racism and the trauma that comes from being its target. I have endured questionable treatment during traffic stops; have been watched or repeatedly asked by a retail clerk, “May I help you with something?” for fear that I was shoplifting; and have avoided running in certain neighborhoods, to name just three examples. The trauma associated with experiencing racism is real, and addressing this truth is an essential first step toward transforming society. But I am just one individual. How can any one person or organization elevate the enormous issues of equity, antiracism, and democracy during this time that’s calling us to action? One way is to “unite for truth” by supporting the work of those within the higher education community who are confronting racism.