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"Some Aspects and Assumptions of White Culture in the United States"

While different individuals might not practice or accept all of these traits, they are common characteristics of most U.S. white people most of the time. JudithH.Katz ©1990. The Kaleel Jamison Consulting Group, Inc.

  • Whiteness

"What’s My Complicity? Talking White Fragility With Robin DiAngelo"

For well-intentioned white people doing anti-racist and social justice work, the first meaningful step is to recognize their fragility around racial issues—and build their emotional stamina. 'White Fragility' author Robin DiAngelo breaks it down. By Adrienne van der Valk, Anya Malley.

  • Whiteness

"My Class Didn't Trump My Race: Using Oppression to Face Privilege"

By Robin J. DiAngelo, College of Education, University of Washington.

  • Whiteness

"Improving Cultural Competence: Stages of Racial and Cultural Identity Development"

The development of culturally responsive clinical skills is vital to the effectiveness of behavioral health services. According to the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), cultural competence “refers to the ability to honor and respect the beliefs, languages, interpersonal styles, and behaviors of individuals and families receiving services, as well as staff members who are providing such services. Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series, No. 59, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.

  • Race and Racialized Identity

"White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack"

Through work to bring materials from women's studies into the rest of the curriculum, I have often
noticed men's unwillingness to grant that they are overprivileged, even though they may grant that
women are disadvantaged. By Peggy McIntosh.

  • Whiteness

"New Hate and Old: The Changing Face of American White Supremacy"

The ADL Center on Extremism (COE) is one of the world’s foremost authorities on extremism, terrorism, anti-Semitism and all forms of hate. For decades, COE’s staff of seasoned investigators, analysts and researchers have tracked extremist activity and hate in the U.S. and abroad – online and on the ground.

  • Whiteness
  • Persons Committed to Equity

"The Key Difference Between ‘Nationalists’ and ‘Supremacists’"

Almost every American is a “nationalist” of one kind or another. So is almost every Russian, Chinese, or North Korean. Don’t get mad. We are not accusing you of any sort of bias, racism, or other unpleasant views. We are merely trying to emphasize, again, how overly simplistic some labels can be. By Merrill Perlman.

  • Whiteness

"How to Practice Active Listening"

By Arlin Cuncic. Active listening refers to a pattern of listening that keeps you engaged with your conversation partner in a positive way. It is the process of listening attentively while someone else speaks, paraphrasing and reflecting back what is said, and withholding judgment and advice.

  • Community Building

"Teaching Young Children about Race"

By Louise Derman-Sparks and Julie Olsen Edwards, this is a practical guidance to early childhood educators (including parents) for confronting barriers of prejudice, misinformation, and bias about specific aspects of personal and social identity; most importantly, it includes tips for adults and children to respect each other, themselves, and all people.

  • Race and Racialized Identity

"Become a Better Listener: Active Listening"

The word “gratitude” has a number of different meanings, depending on the context. However, a practical clinical definition is as follows—gratitude is the appreciation of what is valuable and meaningful to oneself; it is a general state of thankfulness and/or appreciation. By Randy A. Sansone, M.D., and Lori A. Sansone, M.D.

  • Community Building
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