So here is the perfect opportunity to lean on our community for support and growth. Please understand that anyone who asks this question is in a vulnerable spot between informed and unaware. This is a fragile state because an informed person is capable of reconciliation and an unaware person lacks the skill to decipher their wrongdoing, but an individual at a midpoint has the potential to sway either direction.
It is easier to hold yourself accountable for what you've learned to be right versus wrong based on your experiences. It is a spiritual strain and drain to hold others accountable for what you recognize as wrongdoing. It is an individual responsibility to perform due diligence. What that means exactly is you must take initiative and acquire the necessary resources/accommodations to improve going forward. So here is a chance to ask the tough questions where you second guess yourself or present a scenario that is unsettled in your mind. You may receive an alternate perspective and/or suggestions for other ways to approach the matter. You may learn that there is much for you to learn on a topic unbeknownst to you. You may even be right. It doesn't hurt to get an outside opinion, but it does harm to make preconceived judgments.