Building Racial Justice through Allyship/Accompliceship – 4 Part Series,

Wednesday 8 December 2021

This is a four part series on the 1st Tuesday of the month on how to become a white ally/accomplice to BIPOC


NOTE: You may sign up for the remaining three sessions even if you missed the first one, but you must have attended either Session 1 or Session 2 to register for sessions 3 and 4

As white people, we have a responsibility to work on eliminating structural racism in partnership, accountability and alongside BIPOC activists (Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color). In order to change culture, policies, and practices we need to organize out of mutual interest, and work to do our own internal and external work in a climate free of blame, shame and guilt. Participation in this series will create a community of learners who will support each other’s movement along a continuum that deepens our ability to invest in Black lives and work in true solidarity. In this series, we will explore what it means to be an anti-racist white person and to support each other to become not only an ally but also an accomplice. The series topics include: Understanding the Landscape, Knowing Yourself: privilege and exclusion in allyship work, Interpersonal and Structural Interventions, and Moving Towards Accompliceship.

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