It can be a difficult and uncomfortable conversation to have, but if there's no way to change a bigoted family member's mind, you might have to completely cut them out of your life. Big family holidays are often a time when generational differences come out that can erupt into huge family fights and political debates. However, racism cannot be tolerated.
The internet is a wonderful resource to learn and share information on social issues and tools for change. Ancient Greeks had philosophy and I guess our legacy will be...Reddit threads about good versus evil. (That is, if you can filter out the trolls). So, when a recent Reddit user asked the complex moral compass of the internet, "Am I the As*hole" if he was wrong to refuse to give his daughter money after she disowned the family for her mom's racism, people were there to offer up their opinions. There's a lot to unpack here (racism, wedding drama, family feuds) but let's dive on in, shall we?