The Center for the Study of White American Culture, Inc. is a private non-profit corporation in New Jersey with IRS 501(c)3 status. The organization is governed by a Board of Trustees. Members of the board are:
- Sandra Bernabei, M.S.W.
- Lila Cabbil, M.A.
- Bonnie Cushing, M.S.W.
- Charley Flint, Ph.D.
- Jeff Hitchcock, M.S., M.B.A.
- Robin Parker, J.D.
Day to day operations are managed by an Executive Director and are divided between two (formerly three) different named "divisions," or organizational identites.
Crandall, Dostie & Douglass Books, Inc. is the name of our publishing operation and is a registered alternative business name with the State of New Jersey. CDDB was established in 2002 and continues as a current operation.
We use the name of the Center itself for our training and consulting practice, along with associated activities of an advisory or academic nature. The "Center" is the core of our operation, our original organizational identity, and continues as a current operation.
In 2003 we established the White Anti-racist Community Action Network as an identity for networking and organizing conferences, gatherings, online networking, and mutual support among proponents of white anti-racism. In 2010, WACAN was “retired” due to questions of sustainability, and the emergence of several grassroots groups around the US that serve a similar function. We are transitioning some former WACAN services back to CSWAC.