White Privilege 101
Join the YWCA Berkeley/Oakland for a 3-hour introductory workshop on white privilege & accountability titled, White Privilege 101: Tools for Self Reflection and Taking Action. During this 3-hour foundational workshop, we will introduce concepts and frameworks around intersectionality, white identity formation, and will break down different models that explore allyship and accountability.
This interactive workshop will provide opportunities for self reflection, building and strengthening a racial analysis lens, and discussion on how to move forward using an accomplice framework. Facilitators will also share tips and resources to utilize post workshop, for continued education and growth.
This virtual workshop is intended for folks who are white and/or identify as having white privilege. This introductory training is open to all who are interested in learning more about how to work on themselves in order to support and join antiracist efforts and movements. We especially welcome folks who are new to racial justice movement work!
Please bring a journal and a writing tool.
*There is a capacity of 40 registrants for this workshop. Once you reserve a ticket you will receive a link to the event in an email. If tickets are sold out, please e-mail email@example.com to be placed on the waitlist.*
This is a free, online, 3-hour training. Participants are not required to, but are encouraged to share their webcam. No software needs to be downloaded in order to join. When you register, you will receive the webinar link and details. No previous experience required. We will be making a fundraising ask at the end of the workshop for a Black-led community organization, Community Ready Corps.
Online via Zoom (View)
Available upon signup
Berkeley, CA 94609
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