As MBAs, we’re often told we have very special skills. We’re taught to lead, not to follow. Our instinct might be to think we alone can solve racism by starting a new social enterprise, or that we can only be useful to the movement by doing DCFs or management consulting for nonprofits. Sometimes the ways in which we can help advance social change are more humble and mundane, less glamorous and “sophisticated.” This might be a moment to follow more than we lead, listen more than we opine, and to think about the resources we might need to sacrifice or share (e.g., money, luxury, networks, social capital) if we’re really going to “make a difference in the world.” [...]