THE POWER OF SETTING INTENTIONS, USING RESTORATIVE PRACTICES AND THE ARTS FOR HEALING AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
Informative paper written by World Trust facilitator, Yvette Murrell. Explore transformative ways of utilizing the arts for restorative practices that work towards building an equitable world.
UNDERSTANDING WHITE PRIVILEGE
What is the difference between personal bias and institutionalized privilege?
In this clip from Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible, Francie Kendall says, “I think being a bigot is an equal opportunity phenomenon, but in order to create a system or systemic institutionalized privilege, you have to have privilege plus the power to institutionalize it—to put it into laws, policies, procedures.”
RACIAL EQUITY LEARNING (REL 1) VOLUME 1
Beyond Our Wildest Dreams: Racial Equity Learning Volume One (REL1) focuses on the history, culture and identity that maintain and reinforce the systems of racism. A resource for educators, trainers & leaders, it supports individuals in identifying those systems and structures, taking personal initiative to make changes by naming and re-framing, and developing institutional outcomes for addressing and changing the system.
RACIAL EQUITY LEARNING (REL 2) VOLUME 2
Beyond Our Wildest Dreams: Racial Equity Learning Volume Two (REL2) examines law and its affect on cultural norms.
This volume supports educators, community members, and social justice trainers by analyzing structural racism, and changing the systems that maintain white culture as superior.