Healing the Trauma of Whiteness

  What Cannot Be Said Will Be Wept,  Nafis M. White

What Cannot Be Said Will Be Wept, Nafis M. White

Let us not speak of healing, reconciliation, forgiveness, until we speak of justice and reparations and restoration.
— Rev. Dr. Yolanda Pierce
 
 

Race is a social construct by Megan Gannon

Understanding Whiteness by University of Calgary Anti-Racism Education (CARE)

To understand the history of the ideology of ‘race,' and combating racism today, involves understanding (and challenging) ‘whiteness' as the foundation of racial categories and racism.

The Call-to-Whiteness: The Rise of the New White Nationalism and Inadequate Establishment Whiteness Response by Farai Chideya

All I Think When I Think About You is White, White, White Thoughts by Sarah Nicole Lemon

The Painful and Liberating Practice of Facing My Own Racism by Courtney E. Martin

Hot97's talk with Macklemore about race, cultural appropriation, Kendrick Lamar + Iggy Azalea

Maurice Berger Quote

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

--Maurice Berger

 

 

Maurice Berger, White: Whiteness and Race in Contemporary Art (Baltimore: Center for Art, Design, and Visual Culture, UMBC, 2004), p. 24. Used with permission of the author.

 

What Is White Supremacy? by Elizabeth 'Betita' Martinez

Whiteness Project by PBS

The History White People Need To Learn by MARY-ALICE DANIEL

17 Books On Race Every White Person Needs To Read by Sadie Trombetta

 

What is White Fragility?

White Fragility is a state in which even a minimum amount of racial stress becomes intolerable, triggering a range of defensive moves. These moves include the outward display of emotions such as anger, fear, and guilt, and behaviors such as argumentation, silence, and leaving the stress-inducing situation. These behaviors, in turn, function to reinstate white racial equilibrium.
— Robin DiAngelo
This documentary chronicles White Americans reflecting on white racial identity and racism. Areas the video explores include; the question of how people of European descent were transformed into "White" people; what it means to be White; White privilege; the difference between personal prejudices and societal racism; and how White people can challenge contemporary forms of societal racism.

 

About Stereotypes and Prejudices

 

What Is Implicit Bias?

Take the Implicit Bias Test

Hidden Bias Tests measure unconscious, or automatic, biases. Your willingness to examine your own possible biases is an important step in understanding the roots of stereotypes and prejudice in our society.
— Teaching Tolerance

This excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary American Denial looks at the "Implicit Bias Test," which was created to test people's unconscious bias toward words, and races.

 

What Is White Privilege?

Explaining White Privilege – The Best of Everyday Feminism

White Privilege: Let's Talk—A Resource for Transformational Dialogue is an adult curriculum from the United Church of Christ that's designed to invite church members to engage in safe, meaningful, substantive, and bold conversations on race.

A ’70s Board Game Designed to Teach Players About Race, Housing, and Privilege
By Rebecca Onion

Whiteness History: Reports - Portland Community College

Mirrors of Privilege is a film and conversation guide designed to help bridge the gap between good intentions and meaningful change.

Tim Wise

A film about Race, Racism and White Privilege featuring Tim Wise. http://whitelikememovie.org

 

white allies

Let us put our heads together and see what kind of world we can make for our children.
— Chief Joseph, Nez Perce
If racial healing is ever to come to our society it will mean:
Remembering and retelling our story of racial injustice and
Honoring the voices and the actions of those who stood against it
— James H. Cone
 
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martyrs

 

Defending a pair of Black Muslim girls in Portland, OR. from a white supremacist, May 2017:

Rick Best, 53, Republican, Army Veteran

Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, 23, American hero

Micah Fletcher, 21, survivor, poet

 

Run down by a white supremacist while marching against hate in Charlottesville, VA., August 2017:

Heather D. Heyer, 32, lover of justice: "If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention."

 
 H. Barry -  Stay Human

H. Barry - Stay Human