Conference Keynote: Understanding White Supremacy, Challenging White Privilege and Working for Social Justice
How does white supremacy look in 2009? What are the challenges and what are the opportunities we face in a time when some people are saying that if a black man can be elected president we have become a postracial society? How do we encourage white people to take responsibility for challenging specific forms of white privilege built around issues of land, labor, education, housing, and self-identity? Let’s move beyond generalities about racism and white privilege and move into responsibility for addressing concrete issues of racial justice.
10th Annual White Privilege Conference Keynote
Thursday, April 2, 2009
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