When you’re white and feeling riddled with guilt over it, who else would you turn to but the newspaper that just hired Sarah Jeong to join its editorial board?

We’re wondering if this call for advice from The New York Times Style section is actually some epic trolling because the letter is just so pitch-perfect in its virtue signaling:

I consider myself an ally. I research proper etiquette, read writers of color, vote in a way that will not harm P.O.C. (and other vulnerable people). I engage in conversations about privilege with other white people. I take courses that will further educate me. I donated to Black Lives Matter. Yet I fear that nothing is enough. Part of my fear comes from the fact that privilege is invisible to itself. What if I’m doing or saying insensitive things without realizing it?