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Racism: Tweens & Teens: Anti-Racism & White Supremacy

print, online and video resources for generating dialogues around race and anti-racism, white supremacy culture, identity and intersectionality



              The Talk     

Blogs, Podcasts & Articles

Racial Equity as Spiritual Healing

by Naaima Khan; Owner and Principal of Create Good, a consultancy that helps organizations more effectively pursue anti-racism work with a special focus on using keen insights from data and evaluation.

A person at a polling site

Rev. Dr. Michael Piazza cites young writer, Lily Herman's Teen Vogue article, Trump Did Not Lose in a Landslide because the US Is Racist.

Also, find there These 9 Young People Have Some WORDS for President Trump and other great features written by and for young people.

white supremacy culture

by Tema Okun . dRworks .

15 characteristics of white supremacy culture and proposed antidotes: excellent for group study

dRworks is a group of trainers, educators and organizers working to build

strong progressive anti-racist organizations and institutions. dRworks can be reached at

A 30-Day Race Challenge: 30 days toward a deeper understanding of race-relations


The AntiRacist Table's 30 Day Challenge includes prompts to bring "mindful anti-racist practice into daily life".


Showing Up for Racial Justice - SURJ

Offers online resources, speakers, trainings, and programming.

Expanding the Table for Racial Equity

Two six-video sessions with diverse leaders covering a range of topics. Appropriate for tweens, teens and adults.

Video & Webinars

is a response to criticism generated from its predecessor, 

The conversation parents of color have with their children about interactions with police.


CREATING A RACIALIZED GOD featuring JOEL EDWARD GOZA exploring the creation of a White, American, "Winner Jesus", versus the real Jesus who appears to be the God on the "losing" side of history. Come and see.

How to deconstruct racism, one headline at a time: Baratunde Thurston: super good talk on racism, includes "interactive" activity accessible to tweens through adults; uses humor yet remains poignant.

A 5-session, 8-film video series, with author Joel Edward Goza, based on his recent book Americas' Unholy Ghosts: The Racist Roots of our Faith an Politics, which examines the DNA of the ideologies that shape America and often justify racist ideas and racial inequalities.

Join Rev. Rene August and The Work of the People community as we journey and discuss films on race, power, and justice in the Creating Bigger Stores series.
Join the conversation at your convenience as Danielle Fanfair "cultivates" discussion which is open to all current TWOTP subscribers.

Additional Resource Lists

 compiled this amazing list of video resources, starting with their work with William Barber: