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restoring interconnection to heal and prevent harm
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Replicating Violence: Intergenerational Trauma
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our current school-to-prison pipeline is a national civil rights crisis
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Healing the Cycles of Oppression
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Blessings and Innoculation...
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An Example of Restorative Justice
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Week One Film Clip for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing #YesJusticeYesPeace
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Week Five Clip Two for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing
And Still We Rise
White Women, Patriarchy, and White Superiority
Week Six Clip One for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing
Week Six Clip Two for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing
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5 Ways to Avoid Blame and Shame in Diversity Activities
Week Seven Clip for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing
She-roes: So Many Her-stories to Celebrate
Systems Create and Maintain Inequity: the SAE Greek Example
Celebrate with Us! The Jefferson Award
Spaces of Possibility: Building Radically Open Classrooms Allows for Organic Dialogue about Race, Power, and Social justice
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Week Eight Clip for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing
Incarcerated Men Talk about Race in a Successful Prison Diversity Initiative
"Deep Work": How Clinicians are Engaging in an Ongoing Diversity Initiative
Meet Ericka Huggins, Racial Equity & Diversity Workshop Facilitator
Meet Dia Penning, Racial Equity & Diversity Workshop Facilitator
Self-Reflection: One White Community's Experience with "Mirrors of Privilege"
Week Nine Clip for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing
Meet Amikaeyla Gaston, Racial Equity & Diversity Workshop Facilitator
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Meet Tammy Johnson, Equity & Diversity Workshop Facilitator
Engaging the Tech Sector in Racial Equity & Diversity Training
World Trust Tribute to MLK: In the Name of Love
Bring Authenticity to Diversity Initiatives
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3 Elements of a Successful Diversity Initiative in Appalachia: Community, Perspective & Story
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Healthcare Leaders Grappling with Race, Build Cultural Competence
6 Ways to Recruit & Retain Students of Color: Winona State's Diversity & Inclusion Efforts
Being White is Okay. Ignoring Racism is Not Okay.
Thanksgiving Truth-Telling: Talking about History with Family
Diversity Video Clip: Explaining Systemic Bias in US Policing
Building Racial Equity One Conversation at a Time: An Interview with T. Marie King
One White Dad Who Can't Dismiss White Privilege
Story of Hope from Ferguson: Building Bridges Before a Racial Incident
Make the Most of Honoring MLK on Campus
5 Steps to Productive Conversation about White Privilege
Mourning the American Myth of Meritocracy in Diversity Training
Great Expectations: Race, Ethnicity, and Education
Case Study: Responding to a Racist Incident on Campus
Addressing Unconscious Bias Tip #6: Practice New Habits of Thinking
Why is Google Addressing Unconscious Bias?
Addressing Unconscious Bias Tip #5: Create a Disorienting Dilemma
5 Steps for Using “Trip to the Grocery Store” to Talk about Race
Cultural Diversity: Do White People Need Help "Assimilating"?
Addressing Unconscious Bias Tip #4: Use the Arts to Connect
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Dreaming of Diversity and Inclusion
Addressing Unconscious Bias Tip #3: Creating New Stories
Diversity in the Classroom: Streaming Racial Equality Films
Addressing Unconscious Bias Tip #2: Depersonalizing Inequity
Where Are You REALLY From? and White Privilege
Addressing Unconscious Bias #1: Community Building
On White Privilege, Simply: 'Different Rules Apply'
Beyond Our Wildest Dreams: Racial Equity Learning Modules now on DVD!
How Media Representation Feeds Unconscious Bias
Your Call: How Should We Talk About Racism?
Explaining Unconscious Bias: You've Got To Be Carefully Taught
Polite People Don't Talk About Race
After Silence, Dialogue: Talk About Race to Move Forward Together
'We All Breathe The Same Air': Race and Equality in Green Groups
Diversity Training Film Tip #6: Embrace What We Share
What a Trip to the Grocery Store Reveals About White Privilege
Diversity Training Film Tip #5: Provide a Frame to Address Systems
#WeStillComing: What We Miss When We Don't Talk About Race
Diversity Training Film Tip #4: Transformative Learning in an Hour?
Big Little Man: Exposing Systemic Inequity for Asian-Americans
Diversity Training Film Tip #3: Acknowledge Dominant Culture's Power
Do Millennials Really Not Understand The System of Racial Inequity?
Diversity Training Film Tip #2: Use A Critical Mass Of Stories
Diversity Training Film Pick Criterion #1: Inspire a Broad Audience
Talk About Race: A Conference Participant Reflects on the 'Third Rail'
Diversity Workshop? Let White Voices Speak About White Privilege
Transformative Learning & Diversity: Getting at Embedded Assumptions
What to Do with Your Media Budget? Invest in Diversity Workshop Films
Google & Cultural Diversity Training: A Systemic Approach is Required
Maya Angelou's Inaugural Poem: An Inclusion & Diversity Activity
Understanding White Privilege
Transracial Adoption & Silence
Joy DeGruy Clip Impacts Retail Employee
World Trust Supports "RIDE: In Living Color"
YES! Magazine Reviews Cracking the Codes
Shakti Butler, keynote speaker for Wesleyan MLK Celebration
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Cracking the Codes Launch: The System of Racial Inequity
Shakti Butler Interviewed on KPFA’s Hard Knock Radio
Shakti Butler on Racial Equity changemakers: "We must look beyond our personal feelings, but not leave them out"
Shakti Butler: Facing Race Conference provides vision, aligned action
WT Benefit Reflects Core Mission: Community Building through Dialogue about Race
Uptown Body & Fender site of next World Trust Conversation About Race on July 23rd
Oakland Tribune: Racial justice a complex concept and struggle, Oakland film argues
Mehserle Trial: We need a new way to talk about race
Join Us June 27th for "A 21st Century Conversation about Race"
The Song that Rocked WPC
World Trust Seminar a Breakthrough
Van Jones Praises Mirrors of Privilege
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