RACE, POWER, & PRIVILEGE | E-Course
An immersive e-course for students to gain the tools and confidence to talk about race and racism, and to help build an inclusive campus culture.
Talking openly and knowledgeably about race is an ever-increasing competency that students are expected to develop. That is why SpeakOut and SHIFT created the Race, Power, & Privilege E-Course. This low-cost, powerfully-packaged experience helps students tap into their imaginations to grow and thrive in a diverse campus setting.
Through accessible multimedia modules, SHIFT presenters guide students through a framework of individual, collective, and institutional levels of power. The modules:
Join us on this journey towards building equitable and anti-racist institutions!
Get a preview of the Facilitation Guide by clicking here.
Use it in conjunction with the e-course or alone, in a group or as an individual.
104-pages of activities, reflection, readings, and training on race and racial justice issues.
Co-Edited and Written by SHIFT Co-Founders,
Natalie Bui, Kausar Mohammed, and Veline Mojarro.
Before we begin...
Lean Into Your Growing EdgeFREE PREVIEW
Invitation to Brave Space
Find Your Land
*Beyond the Land Acknowledgement - Moving Acknowledgement Into Action
*The Four Pivots: Reimagining Justice - Conversation with Dr. Shawn Ginwright and Brené Brown
Reflection: Your Growing Edge
Institutional, Collective, and Individual Power
Cultural Knowledge Part 1
Cultural Knowledge Poll Part 1
Cultural Knowledge Part 2
Cultural Knowledge Poll Part 2
Prejudice, Discrimination, Oppression Comics
Kendi - "How to Be an Anti-Racist"
Reflection: My Power
Intro to Prejudice
Peanut Butter, Jelly and Racism
Implicit Bias & Structural Racism
What Is Systemic Racism?
*Systemic Racism Explained in 9 Charts
*What is Implicit Bias?
Privilege Checklist: Printable Version
How Microaggressions Are Like Mosquito Bites
Impact: Cultural Appropriation and Respectability Politics
Race Issues - A Comic Series
Systems of Oppression
Scot Nakagawa: Anti-Blackness Is The Fulcrum
What is Intersectionality?
Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw on Intersectionality
Sister Outsider, Audre Lorde: Age, Race, Class and Sex: Women Redefining Difference
*Implicit Bias and Structural Racism
*Additional Readings to Deepen Your Understanding
Your Intersectional Identities
Actor, Ally, Accomplice & Co-Conspirator
Indigenous Action: Accomplice Not Allies
Actor, Ally, Accomplice Summary
Steps to Solidarity
Carruthers - "Reviving the Black Radical Imagination"
“Another World is Possible” Exercise and Video
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A powerfully-packaged experience essential for every student!
Yes! The group rate is as follows: For 51-499 attendees: $18/person. For 500+ attendees: $15/person. Please contact email@example.com for the promo code and special instructions.
Designed with high school and college students in mind, this interactive e-course is great for incoming classes, young activists and leaders, and whole institutions.
Absolutely! The e-course is accessible to you 24/7 and research shows that prevention education is most effective when students engage with the material regularly.
The e-course takes about 5-7 hours to complete, and we recommended doing it over a one-week period. It is up to you on how to divide the lessons up; either way your progress will be saved.
Leave with a foundational understanding of racial justice and the ways this consciousness benefits all of us!
SpeakOut – The Institute for Democratic Education and Culture, has been working with college campuses around equity and diversity issues for 30 years. Our network of speakers, artists, and strategic partners provide experiential learning opportunities through lectures, workshops, film screenings, performances, consulting and professional development.