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White Privilege Conference
Books from New Society authors about this topic
By Ilsa Govan and Tilman Smith
What's Up with White Women? is a guide for white women to strengthen their anti-racism practices. A powerful model using self-reflection and real-life stories of white women's experiences with sexism and white privilege gives them the tools to cultivate genuine partnerships with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
What's Up With White Women Book Launch
This book launch event features a conversation between the authors Ilsa Govan and Tilman Smith, and two visionary historians, Lisa Doi, Community Organizer with Tsuru for Solidarity, and Delbert Richardson, community scholar and founder of national award-winning Unspoken Truths American History Museum.
By Caprice D. Hollins
Inside Out provides a road map for organizational change. Written for leaders championing diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in their workplace, its adaptive approach outlines the crucial steps towards dismantling institutional racism. An invaluable resource packed with practical tools and strategies.
What white people can do to move race conversations forward
In this 2020 TEDxSeattle talk, Dr. Caprice Hollins explains why we often fail to have productive conversations about race, race relations, and racism in this country. Her talk sheds light on why People of Color and White people take different approaches to these conversations and what White people can do to move race conversations forward.