1. Don't DM your black friends or black people you follow asking how you can learn or what you should do. They are grieving, and they have already created those resources for you in the form of pdfs, books, podcasts, youtube videos of talks, blog posts. It's all already there. Don't bother them right now.
Do a Google search to find anti-racist resources. While Google is far from perfect in regards to bias (more to come on this topic), it's a free resource at your fingertips that doesn't tax the already-depleted energy of the black community right now.
It's not their job to teach us to be better. We have to do that work ourselves.
2. Not saying anything says more than you think. There is no "I'm just not political" or "stay in your lane, keep business as business". That's not an option right now. It never was, and we're all learning (myself included) that we can't rely on our privilege to stay silent and comfortable.
Your silence is compliance with the violence of white supremacy, and if you're here, I'm pretty sure that's not what you want. You are passionate and purpose-driven.
If that makes you uncomfortable, that's allowed. I'm hella uncomfortable right now too. But that's part of doing the work to unlearn our internal unconscious biases, the unconscious racism we've all been taught as white people.
Confronting and unlearning will be uncomfortable. We'll survive.
3. I'm pretty much creating a whole damn itinerary for myself to commit to doing the internal work. I hope you're doing the same.
For the immediate time-being, start with this workshop that Trudi Lebron hosted on Sunday called "Show Up and Serve: A Workshop for White Coaches". The replay is only available until June 5th.