The intersectional piece is there to check off a box
Yeah, I guess my main takeaway from the discussion is that there's definitely a lack of awareness. I think, for the most part, aside from maybe some of us who are athletes in here, that may have had this policy put in front of them, there's really not much else that draws your attention to it. And truthfully, I think, especially for a Black male, when something happens, to then find out that there's something like this in place, it's probably too late. I'd say, like, a very, very low percentage of Black men would actually end up, you know, turning to this policy. And it for sure, I mean, speaking for myself anyway, it would not make me feel any more comfortable, that much would be resolved in any manner. So, I guess my main takeaway from this is just that, there should be more awareness around it. And then, you know, even a step further, with the policy and its wording, I think you made the point earlier [facilitator], like the intersectional piece- it just seems like it's there to check off a box.