World Trust

Incarcerated Men Talk about Race in a Successful Prison Diversity Initiative

Posted by Valerie Fulton on February 25, 2015

A while back, World Trust received an email from Madeleine Trichel, a volunteer facilitator working with the Horizon Prison Initiative at the Marion Correctional Institute. She wanted to let us know that she was using our diversity film, Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible, to get prisoners in the program talking about white privilege, unconscious bias, and their experience with systemic racism.

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Topics: Film: Mirrors of Privilege, Talk about Race, Diversity Workshop, Diversity Initiative, Faith

Self-Reflection: One White Community's Experience with "Mirrors of Privilege"

Posted by Lisa Abbott on February 3, 2015

We are always on the lookout for diversity activities taking place in local communities across the country. We recently learned about a diversity initiative in Marblehead, Massachusetts, a predominately white bedroom community north of Boston, that included a screening of the World Trust diversity video, Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible.

Curious to hear how that conversation went, we contacted Reverend Wendy von Zirpolo, the event organizer.

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Topics: Community Building, Faith, Film: Mirrors of Privilege