Whiteness at Work is designed for BIPOC- and white-identified participants with the goal of transforming individual and organizational behavior. Though this non-UU curriculum is designed for application in work settings (thus "at Work" in the name), UU participants have found it to be applicable to congregational settings.
|Name||Whiteness at Work|
|Authors||Desiree Adaway, Erika Hinesk, Jessica Fish|
|Publishers||The Adaway Group|
|Format||Virtual training with five modules, 30 lessons, and a learning portal|
Using this program in a congregation requires contextualization. If a group from your congregation is enrolled, it would be valuable to convene for discussions on how to apply the learning in your UU context.
|Year of last revision||2021|
Webinar, Adults, Anti-Racism, Microaggressions, Congregational Transformation, Beginning Anti-Racist Education, Intermediate Anti-Racist Education