Amy Burtaine

Amy Burtaine has been co-facilitating workshops, providing coaching and mediation, and educating through an anti-oppression lens for over 20 years. While she has experience leading this work on a range of oppressions, her passion and commitment is to center race, specifically looking at how whiteness upholds and perpetuates racial inequality. She most often works in collaboration with people of color to co-facilitate dialogues and trainings on racism. She holds a MFA and is trained in interactive pedagogy. Find her online at

From Amy Burtaine

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This guide from Beacon Press offers white leaders of anti-racist white caucuses and affinity groups the grounding, skill building, and conflict transformation tools they need to guide effective learning for white allies and accomplices to BIPOC.Includes exercises, discussion prompts, assessment...

Study Guide | By Robin DiAngelo, Amy Burtaine | August 9, 2022 | For Adults | From The Mosaic
Tagged as: Anti-Racism, Congregational Transformation, Microaggressions, White Supremacy Culture, Whiteness

A first of its kind, accessible, in-depth resource for leading effective white racial affinity groups—an essential tool in anti-racism for building the skills and perspectives needed to challenge racism.

Book | By Robin DiAngelo, Amy Burtaine | From inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop
Tagged as: Activism, Anti-Oppression, Diversity, Justice, Oppression, Privilege, Race/Ethnicity, Anti-Oppression, Anti-Racism, Racial Justice

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