How does a white person who aspires to be an ally against racism talk to their friends and family who are in denial about racism against people of color?
The White Ally Toolkit Workbook is a comprehensive anti-racism allyship guide that gives people concrete guidance about how to respond a wide variety of statements that racism-denying white folks make everyday. At 298 pages, it covers a vast amount of information in-depth and is an invaluable resource.
In addition, the workbook presents a sequenced curriculum that an ally can use if they want to purposefully change someone in their circle of influence. It also contains reflection and self-assessment tools that will help allies see themselves more clearly. These tools help allies refine their interactions with others so they can move the needle on the large-scale racism denial among the whites about American’s most pressing and long-standing problem.
About the Author
Dr. David Campt, founder of the White Ally Toolkit has been a national leader in creating dialogue about racial equity for more than two decades. His clients have included The White House, social justice organizations, Members of Congress, the foundation community, labor unions, corporations, universities, and non-profit organizations. The White Ally Toolkit has touched thousands of people in person and on-line, and represents an important innovation in the struggle for racial equity.