Engage

Study and Facilitation Guides

Waking Up White Study and Discussion Guides

A Guide to the Works of Jacqueline Woodson

Exploring Perspectives on Desegregation Using Brown Girl Dreaming

Being the World We Dream About, a Unitarian Universalist resource and not just for faith organizations!

Creating an Anti-Racist Agenda, list of resources to dig into true history, family histories, white identity, storytelling, challenging white culture, standing in solidarity, and more.

White Privilege: Let’s Talk — A Resource for Transformational Dialogue, from the United Church of Christ. An adult curriculum that’s designed to invite church members to engage in safe, meaningful, substantive, and bold conversations on race.

Understanding What It Means To Be White And Privileged Journal, by Tom Schweizer. A journal to motivate you and/or your group to reflect on one question a week for a full year.

White People’s Guide to Responsible Cross-Racial Engagement, by Debby Irving. Why and how it matters that white people show up in cross-racial relationships and settings aware of the dynamics, a.k.a. the elephant in the room.

Witnessing Whiteness, by Shelly Tochluck and designed to build community while increasing skills and capacity.

World Trust Learning Modules, have embedded texts and videos in addition to guided curriculum. The module “Raced In America” focuses on white culture, privilege, and bias and includes the work of Chimamanda Adiche, Peggy McIntosh, Tim Wise, and Debby Irving.

Race Talk Tool Box - list of resources to assist with race talks

Better Conversations: A Starter Guide. From the On Being Podcast with Krista Tippet  Civil Conversations Project.  “A a flexible roadmap for speaking together differently in a way that allows us to live together differently. This guide is intended to help ground and animate a gathering of friends or strangers in a conversation that might take place over weeks or months. Adapt this guide for your group and your intentions, choosing a focus and readings you find meaningful and relevant.”

Implicit Bias Test Find out your implicit associations about race, gender, sexual orientation, and other topics.

 
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Local Seacoast Area Organizations

SURJ Seacoast

SWAN

Durham United

 

Other Organizations and Websites

Citizenship & Social Justice ( See Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism – From Ferguson to Charleston)

Community Change ( Local events calendar for Boston area here)

Race Forward

Racial Equity Tools

Racial Wealth Audit

Showing Up For Racial Justice (SURJ)

Washington Peace Center

White Awake

White People Challenging Racism: Moving From Talk to Action