Take a deeper dive into white awareness through anti-racism courses. This list of suggestions range in level from beginner to advanced. The first two courses are good places for beginners and intermediates.
- An article introducing the Healing White Toxicity online course.
- Roots Deeper Than Whiteness is on online course purposed to increase emotional resilience and socio-political clarity. Teachers, Eleanor Hancock, and David Dean designed the course for people seeking self-awareness at a beginning to intermediate level.
- Undoing Whiteness is a Seattle-based course aimed at helping white people understand the ways that white privilege can be harmful to body, spirit, and mind.
- Waking Up to Whiteness: Dharma and Racism Study Curriculum. Course materials for collective self-study coming from a non-denominational Buddhist perspective. (Shortlink at: http://bit.ly/29WiTSx ).
- Witnessing Whiteness by Shelly Tochluk is an 11-part workshop that pairs with a book and blog.
- WhiteAwake.org is an online platform and network of trainers focused on educating people socialized as “white”. They offer workshops, consultations, and resources for self-study.
- White Awareness: Handbook for Anti-racism Training by Judy H. Katz. The books presents a group training program, where white people work together in a nonthreatening environment to alter deeply ingrained, often unconscious racist attitudes and then embark on a program of behavioral change. “The six group experiences, called stages, center on the following themes: racism, definitions and inconsistencies; confronting the reality of racism; dealing with feelings; cultural differences; exploring cultural racism, the meaning of whiteness; individual racism; and developing action strategies. Instructions and suggestions for conducting each session are provided, along with recommended readings, lists of materials required, and sources of materials.”