“Racism is arguably the most complex and nuanced social dilemma since the beginning of this country, and yet nothing in dominant society gives us (white people) the information we need to engage across race with nuance and complexity. We do of course develop opinions on racism, but without years of sustained study, struggle, focus, mistake-making and relationship building, our opinions are not informed. In fact, they will most likely be ignorant. In the face of that ignorance, it is essential – and this is a life-long process that is never finished – to continually reach for humility, check our complacency, and build accountability to people of color.”

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Half-Day Workshop – NYC

March 30 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm

$60 – $135

In this 3.5 hour half-day workshop with Dr. DiAngelo we will explore topics including white socialization, systemic racism, the specific ways racism manifests for white progressives, safety versus comfort, the politics of emotions, and white fragility. This will be a combination of lecture, structured reflection, and small group discussions designed to provide a comprehensive system analysis and identify personal complicity.

Followed by a 30 minute book signing.

Details

Date:
March 30
Time:
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Cost:
$60 – $135

Venue

Middle Collegiate Church
112 2nd Ave
New York,NY10003United States
Phone:
212-477-0666
Website:
https://www.middlechurch.org

Organizer

Carlin Quinn
Email:
educationforracialequity@gmail.com