White Privilege: Let’s Talk (Center for Progressive Renewal)


white-privilege-lets-talk-religious-webinarThe United Church of Christ has released their curriculum, “White Privilege: Let’s talk. A Resource for Transformational Dialogue” and The Center for Progressive Renewal has provided an invitation that allows you to work through the curriculum through their online learning platform. They’ve developed an online course that includes an online discussion board and access to their webinar series from June 2016. This series featured the authors of the curriculum, John Dorhauer, Traci Blackmon, DaVita McAllister, Stephen G. Ray, Jr. and John Paddock in conversation with CPR Founder and Director, Cameron Trimble.

The cost of the course is “Pay What You Wish”, and they’ve included some suggested prices for you to consider. Based on your payment and need, they will offer custom online classrooms to allow you to access the course in a private setting tailored to Small Group (5 – 20 students), Congregation (20 to 300 Students), or Multi-Church (300 – 2000 students)

Watch these White Privilege on-demand videos by clicking on the links below:

A Brief Overview – Rev. Day McCallister

An Overview of the Curriculum

Spiritual Autobiography through the Lens of Race – John Paddock

Whiteness as the Norm – Da Vita D. McAllister

Whiteness as Cash Value – Traci Blackmon

On Being an Ally – Stephen Ray

 

Learn more about White Privilege: Let’s Talk – and register- by visiting the Center for Progressive Renewal

 


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