You can start the 12-week course at any time! As soon as you enroll, the entire course opens for you to jump in and get started. You can go through the lessons at your own pace. All of this is available to you with lifetime access:
6 main lessons
15 reflective activities
33 expert podcast guests
Outlines for 6 main lessons
With over 30 episodes bringing you the latest insights, the course’s internal podcast provides teacher-scholar-activist expertise for your learning. You will hear from Peggy McIntosh, Dionne Stephens, Stephanie Fryberg, Luis Rivera, Yolanda Flores Niemann, and many more.
What participants love most about the podcast is the openness, honesty, and truth-telling practical advice for white allies. I close each episode by asking guests what white people need to know about whiteness and what advice they have for aspiring allies.
sample episode with Dr. Adaurennaya Onyewuenyi
Dr. Adaurennaya “Ada” Onyewuenyi speaks with us about how we train teachers for pre-K through 12 and higher education and what is missing from the curriculum. With mostly white teachers and administrators in our schools, students experience a cultural mismatch. Even in schools with Black teachers and principals, students of color face similar stereotypes and over-policing.
Reflective activities in each lesson module
You will gain access to activities placed strategically throughout the sub-lessons to support your learning and growth. These activities provide a space for self-reflection and self-work on our whiteness as well as practice for taking anti-racist action. For example, we all need practice with what to say when we encounter racist comments and microaggressions.
The two images below provide a snapshot of two course activities. Each of the activities below include several workbook pages.
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