As we think about what we can do differently in our work to actively address white privilege, many anti-racism educators suggest focusing on three areas: head, heart, and hand.
- Head—having knowledge and awareness of the complexities of structural racism and white privilege.
- Heart—understanding how racism manifests itself individually and institutionally through hearing stories and building relationships with people who have different racial and ethnic identities, as well as those who are white.
- Hand—using our knowledge, awareness, and skills to work to create racial equity and justice in our communities.
Commitment to action – what will you do as a result of what you learned in this workshop before we next meet two months from now?
*Please complete the Module 1 Evaluation whether you attended the session, just read the materials, or both.