This NYT article is about a wealthy white South African family who left their home for a month to live in the slums. They called this "radical empathy" and an opportunity to "change themselves"...but it was extremely controversial.
What DOES radical empathy look like in our communities?
Is it: Volunteering consistently? Opening up your house? Listening more? But are these radical enough to create the same sort of change that this family likely experienced?
What's something you've done?