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  • Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War

    Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War

    According to the history books, the Civil War officially ended in 1865 with the surrender of General Robert E. Lee and his Confederate army. But on the streets of a newly reunited nation, another fierce battle was just beginning. In 1866, the year immediately following the end of the war, America was supposed to be reuniting, healing its wounds, and moving past years of civil unrest. However, a closer look into this historic time reveals a sinister snapshot of a […]

  • Allan Johnson: Leading From Where You Are

    Allan Johnson: Leading From Where You Are

    How can health care providers address health inequities in our communities? Allan Johnson provides an alternative way of thinking about issues of privilege by examining what keeps us from seeing our own privilege and how that privilege harms others. that how to increase equity and social justice inside our organizations. Increase organizational effectiveness for addressing health inequities in our communities.  

  • Allan Johnson: Privilege, Gender and Difference

    Allan Johnson: Privilege, Gender and Difference

    An extended interview at Washington State University focusing on Allan Johnson’s books, Privilege, Power, and Difference and The Gender Knot.

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  • Allan Johnson: People, Systems, and the Game of Monopoly

    Allan Johnson: People, Systems, and the Game of Monopoly

    An extended clip from a presentation by Allan G Johnson on race given at the University of Wisconsin, including using the the game of Monopoly to illustrate the relationship between individuals and social systems and a description of the system of white privilege.

  • The Future of Racial Justice: Rinku Sen, Angela Glover Blackwell, Juan Gonzales and Winona La Duke

    The Future of Racial Justice: Rinku Sen, Angela Glover Blackwell, Juan Gonzales and Winona La Duke

    In this clip from the FACING RACE 2007 conference, Rinku Sen, Angela Glover Blackwell, Juan Gonzales and Winona La Duke chart a course through the issues that matter for racial justice in the 21st century.    

  • Anne Braden: Documentary & Interview

    Anne Braden: Documentary & Interview

    Anne Braden: Southern Patriot is a television inquiry into the extraordinary if largely unsung life of Anne Braden, organizer, agitator, Southerner, journalist, feminist, teacher and mentor described as “one of the great figures of our time” by noted historian Jacquelyn Dowd Hall. Film by Mimi Pickering and Anne Lewis.  

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  • The Cost of Privilege: Taking on the System of White Supremacy and Racism

    John Riley interviews author Chip Smith and researcher Juliet Ucelli on their new book, “The Cost of Privilege: Taking on the System of White Supremacy and Racism.” They discuss the material, political and moral costs of the system of white supremacy in the US historically, up to the present day. Chip Smith & Juliet Ucelli examine how since the 1960s, consciousness of the existence of racism has declined, while actual disparities have grown larger and the need to fight racism […]

  • Chip Smith: White Supremacy and Racism

    Chip Smith: White Supremacy and Racism

    Chip Smith, author of The Cost of Privilege: Taking on the System of White Supremacy and Racism, has been a social justice activist for over 40 years.    

  • Robert Jensen: Beyond Multiculturalism

    Robert Jensen: Beyond Multiculturalism

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  • Tim Wise: On the Use of the N Word

    Tim Wise: On the Use of the N Word

    Tim Wise is a white anti-racist writer and activist in the U.S., who started giving lectures in 1995 at over 500 college campuses across the US. He has trained a multitude of teachers, corporate employees, non-profit organizations and law enforcement officers in methods for addressing and dismantling racism in their institutions.