THE WAY HOME

Over the course of eight months, sixty-four women representing a cross-section of cultures (Indigenous, African-American, Arab/Middle Eastern, Asian, European-American, Jewish, Latina, and Multiracial) came together to share their experience of racism in America.  The abundance of photographs, dance, and music provides a sensual richness to this provocative piece. The Way Home is rich with stories and experiences that will provoke conversation, and is designed to be viewed and then discussed using the download-able Conversation Guide above.

Check out the price list here.

WATCH THE TRAILER

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

When the cross-racial conversation gets hard during diversity initiatives & equity efforts, emotions can arise and people may walk away discouraged.  This film & its conversation guide are designed to support inquiry:

 

How can we recognize the patterns and obstacles that cause people, who are committed to working together, to leave the table?

How can white activists stay at the table when confronted with the pain caused by privilege?

How can people of color be empowered in cross-cultural relationships?

 World Trust Educational Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

 ©2020 by WTES