Dismantling Racism: Building Capacity for White People to Understand Racial Injustice (Racism Series at the Quaker Intentional Village–Canaan)
The first workshop—Identifying Whiteness—was held Saturday, April 15, 2017. This was the first of six monthly workshops from a proven curriculum to build the capacity for white people to be in solidarity with people of color. This curriculum was developed to create a space for white people interested in being effective allies with people of color in the work of dismantling racism and undoing white privilege.
The workshops are free and open to the public. It is not necessary to attend every workshop in the series. Refreshments will be served. RSVPs are requested but not required. For more information call 518-392-0289 and ask for Noah. The series is held at 235 Bradley’s Crossing Road, East Chatham, NY 12060.
Called Cracking the Shell of Whiteness, the next sessions include:
- May 20—“Socialized into Whiteness”
- June 10—“Where and When We Come From”
- July 8—“The Legacy of White Privilege”
- August 19—“Allies in Resisting Racism and White Supremacy”
- September 16—“Creating Action Plans for the Future”