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Week Three Clip One for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing

Posted by World Trust Team on July 7, 2015

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Watch this clip, ask yourself the questions we offer, share this with your community and have a conversation that may lead to meaningful connection and change:


 

 

• Name some examples that you have noticed where people are treated differently based upon race?

• Name an example where you see bias impacting the interpretation or creation of law and policy?

 

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Topics: White Privilege, Talk about Race, Engaging White People in Racial Equity

Week Four Clip One for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing

Posted by World Trust Team on July 6, 2015

Watch this clip, ask yourself the questions we offer, share this with your community and have a conversation that may lead to meaningful connection and change:


 

 

  • Where do you have your blinders on regarding privilege?  
  • Who usually is in the position to influence laws and policies?  
  • How can privilege influence these decision makers?

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Topics: System of Inequity, White Privilege, Talk about Race

Week Four Clip Two for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing

Posted by World Trust Team on July 3, 2015

Watch this clip, ask yourself the questions we offer, share this with your community and have a conversation that may lead to meaningful connection and change:


 

 • Can you relate to Millie’s story?

• What is the cost of cultural assimilation?



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Topics: System of Inequity, White Privilege, Talk about Race

Week Four Clip Three for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing

Posted by World Trust Team on July 2, 2015

Watch this clip, ask yourself the questions we offer, share this with your community and have a conversation that may lead to meaningful connection and change:


 

  · How does the use of privilege to interrupt bias change assumptions?

· What impact can using privilege to interrupt habits and cycles have on policies and procedures?

 



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Topics: System of Inequity, White Privilege, Talk about Race, Engaging White People in Racial Equity, Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing

Week Five Clip One for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing

Posted by World Trust Team on July 1, 2015

Watch this clip, ask yourself the questions we offer, share this with your community and have a conversation that may lead to meaningful connection and change:


 

· What is the cost to both the Latino woman and the Asian woman in this clip?

· How does the supremacy of white culture cross racial boundaries in this story?

 

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Topics: System of Inequity, White Privilege, Talk about Race, Engaging White People in Racial Equity, Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing

Week Five Clip Two for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing

Posted by World Trust Team on June 30, 2015

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Watch this clip, ask yourself the questions we offer, share this with your community and have a conversation that may lead to meaningful connection and change:

Name some differences between personal bigotry and structural or systemic racism? 

How does white culture promote both racial blindness and internalized racism?  

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Topics: System of Inequity, White Privilege, Talk about Race

White Women, Patriarchy, and White Superiority

Posted by World Trust Team on June 3, 2015

 Within the World Trust frame of the System of Inequity, the relational elements among the internal and external components of Racialization are named. In this piece written by World Trust collaborator, Tilman Smith, she shares a personal story of the weight and invisibility of her own internalized white supremacy. 

World Trust is committed to envisioning and creating a world that flourishes. We engage one another, and the general public, in an ongoing, exploration of a system that churns out inequities through a simultaneous focus that engages the deeply internal work and the external structural change that is necessary to create a world that works for everyone.

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Topics: System of Inequity, White Privilege, Talk about Race

Week Six Clip One for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing

Posted by World Trust Team on May 31, 2015

Watch this clip, ask yourself the questions we offer, share this with your community and have a conversation that may lead to meaningful connection and change:

Think about your high school experiences and name some of the racial stereotypes you had or have about your classmates.

Where did those stereotypes come from? And, what is the impact?

What, if anything, are you willing to do challenge your assumptions?  

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Topics: System of Inequity, White Privilege, Talk about Race

Week Six Clip Two for the Summer of #JusticeandRacialHealing

Posted by World Trust Team on May 23, 2015

Watch this clip, ask yourself the questions we offer, share this with your community and have a conversation that may lead to meaningful connection and change:

What is the affect of a multi-generational lack of access to supports and services?

How could policy change if more people had a say in how resources were used? 

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Topics: System of Inequity, White Privilege, Talk about Race

Why Do "Good" White Women Fear Conversation about Race & Diversity?

Posted by Lisa Abbott on January 27, 2015

Aimee Reeder, a white women and newest member of the World Trust staff team, shared these insights after watching the World Trust film, Light in the Shadows.

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Topics: Diversity Training Film Selection, White Privilege, Talk about Race, Resources for Facilitators & Educators