Exploring White identities
Here we explore the identifications that determine our governmental, economic and social outcomes.
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Dying of Whiteness with Jonathan Metzl
A podcast episode about policies rooted in centering and maintaining the power of whiteness, are shortening the lives of the white Americans who vote for them.
Building White Resiliency
Craig White defines ‘white resiliency’ as the flip side of white fragility: the ability to recognize, talk about and respond to racism for people who carry a racially privileged identity. This one-page guide explains white resiliency, clarifies its importance and offers ways for white people to expand their resiliency.
21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge
Access to resources that may help transform your social justice habits, such as dealing with issues of power, privilege, and leadership.
Ally Bill of Responsibilities
Learn and share what it means and what it takes to be an ally in the face of cultural differences with this displayable poster.
Waking Up White
Learn about Debby Irving’s struggle to understand racism and racial tensions. Maybe you’ll even explore your own racialized ideas.
The White Racial Frame: Centuries of Racial Framing and Counter Framing
Dissect the depth of unconscious racism in the white community through this summary.
Guidelines for Being a Strong White Ally
Explore some basic ways white people can be a strong(er) ally to people of color.
Tips for Creating Effective White Caucus Groups
Explore how to recognize whiteness and white privilege, identify and interrupt our internalized dominance, and collectively develop strategies for liberation and change.
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