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Why Color Matters

Moving from colorblindness to racial justice and equity

Tuesday, December 1, 8 & 15, 2020*

7-9pm Eastern, 6-8pm Central, 5-7pm Mountain, 4-6pm Pacific

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*Can't make all three dates? No problem. Video recordings are available to all registered participants for later review.

 

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WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

Starts December 1

Why Color Matters

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Starts January 10

Raising Anti-Racist White Children

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Starts February 11

What White People Can Do
About Racism - Part 2

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Starts March 3

Transforming White Organizational Culture

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Starts April 2021: TBD

Raising Anti-Racist White Children

Starts May 2021: TBD

Accountability and White Anti-Racist Organizing




Starts June 2021: TBD

Decentering Whiteness & Building Multiracial Community

Founded in 1995, the Center for the Study of White American Culture, Inc. (CSWAC) is a multiracial organization and a New Jersey nonprofit corporation. The governing Board of Trustees of CSWAC and the people who work with CSWAC are a multiracial group of educators and practitioners. Together they bring to CSWAC a collective body of knowledge and experience in theoretical and applied social science, social justice, race and ethnicity, and organizational training and development.

Our mission is to build an equitable society in the United States by decentering white culture and centering an anti-racist multiracial culture free of white supremacy.


 

When you understand white American culture, you are better able to:

1. understand race in the United States

2. work effectively to create just and equitable organizations

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If our society is to move beyond its racial problems, then change is needed. This raises the question, who must change? Should it be white people, or people of color? A fair answer would be "both."

How much thought have we, as a society, given to the changes white people need to make? Increasingly, people from all walks of life are asking this question. There is a growing awareness that race affects white people, too. Scholars and activists, leaders and followers, and people of all races, including white people, are coming to see that to undo the racial structure of our society — a structure which touches and harms us all — we have to explore the other half of the equation, white American culture.

White culture forms the central values of our society, and yet is often treated as invisible, normal, and outside the discussion of race. If, as a nation, we are to truly develop just and equitable organizations — and a multiracial society centered on multiracial values — we need to discuss whiteness and white culture along with other racial and cultural groups. White people need to think about how white culture and values can find expression in non-dominant and non-oppressive ways.

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