Listen to the experts talk about the things that matter…
James Baldwin discusses the subject of growing up in a White world in a talk to students at a predominantly Black high school in Oakland, California”. Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1986.
How would you feel if you were treated differently simply based on the color of your skin? Jane Elliott gave ‘The Oprah Show’ audience members a chance to experience racism firsthand…
Chris Rock explains how Racism and White Supremacy works.
“It’s the responsibility of white people to talk to white people,” says Whitney Dow, filmmaker, educator, creator of The Whiteness Project. “I’m not qualified to have cross-race discussions, I’m qualified to talk to my own community.” Dow talks about his work exploring the attitudes of people who identify as white as the U.S. approaches a non-white majority. He shares what he heard from blue-collar residents of Buffalo, New York and millennials in Dallas, Texas.
Author and educator Joy DeGruy shares how her sister-in-law uses her white privilege to stand up to systemic inequity.
Serena Williams explains how Racism and White Supremacy works.
Jane Elliott discusses white supremacy and explains why feeling guilty about being white is redundant.
Barbie-Danielle DeCarlo, Rinku Sen, Suzanne LePeintre, Tilman Smith, Tim Wise, Robin Parker, and Yuko Kodama speak about implicit bias.
“Toni Morrison discusses the way she felt when interviewer Bill Moyers asked her why she doesn’t write about white people as if this would legitimise her writing.