Date

Aug 27 2021
Expired!

Time

2:35 pm - 3:55 pm

Fourth Session

Materials for Session 4 – Friday, August 27, 2:35-3:55pm
Read How to be An AntiracistChapters 6, 8, 17Body, Behavior, Success
Additional material for individual introspection AND collective accountabilityPick one video and/or pick one reading | From Each Subject (Body, Behavior, and Success)Body
Black people aren’t making things up: The science behind ‘racial battle fatigue’ | Article by Sam P.K. Collins for ThinkProgress
Implicit Bias, Lifelong Impact – YouTube Video | 5 mins 40 Secs
Physiological & Psychological Impact of Racism and Discrimination for African-Americans | Article by APA
Racism And The Body: Why Racism Is A ‘Death Sentence’ For Black Americans | Think | NBC News | YouTube Video | 8 mins 12 Secs
Behavior
Dr. Ken Hardy Tasks of the Privileged – YouTube Video | 3 mins 5 Secs
Dr. Ken Hardy Privileged Self vs. Subjugated Self – YouTube Video | 4 mins 46 secs
Dr. Ken Hardy’s Tasks of the Privileged and Subjugated – Handout
From Cancel Culture….To Collective Accountability | Article by Brian Stout
Spectrum | From Non-Racist to Anti-Racist Advocate | Table/Graphic
White Supremacy Culture | Article by Tema Okun
Success
Anti-Racism: Why Your DEI Agenda Will Never Be A Success Without It | Article by Forbes
Building an Anti-Racist Workplace | Guide by Times Up
Building an Anti-Racist Workplace | Guide by Times Up
From Cancel Culture….To Collective Accountability | Article by Brian Stout
Pre-session activityPlease think about and answer these two questions:Please add your thoughts to this Padlet before the start of the second session on August 27.
1. Describe the first time you challenged (or thought about challenging) racism; What did you do? What Actions did you take?You can add your thoughts by clicking the pink circle with the white plus sign in the bottom right of the screen.
2. Reflecting on your field(s)/organizations, what are examples of policies that did not name race, but in execution resulted in unequal outcomes due to race?