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Why Color Matters: a consciousness raising workshop, January 19 & 26 and February 2, 2019

This three-part webinar is intended to explore: • colorblindness as a racial ideology • how colorblindness compares to white supremacy • how colorblindness compares to color consciousness • origin and history of colorblindness • problems and ramifications of colorblindness •…

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Why Color Matters workshop OPEN!

The Center for the Study of White American Culture, Inc. (CSWAC) is offering a videoconference via Zoom.  The workshop takes place over 3 sessions: Saturday, January 19, 26, and February 2, 2019, 7-9pm ET. (free Zoom tutorial before first session)….

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The danger of teaching children to be ‘colorblind’ by Marie-Anne Suizzo

In her work, Suizzo, an associate professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin, notes that “white anxiety starts during childhood when white children are often taught that all skin colors are equal and…

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Continuing Conversations: Being Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable, Monday, December 7, 2015, 7 pm

How can we learn to be comfortable being uncomfortable talking about race. In her 2014 TED Talk, Mellody Hobson uses the term being “color brave” instead of “color blind.” What does it mean to be color brave vs color blind?  Explore…

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When You ‘Don’t See Color,’ You’re Contributing to the Everyday Racism Around You.

“People who say that they “don’t see color” also don’t see racism. This comic shows what happens when they miss what’s right in front of them.”

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