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ANTI-RACISM INNER WORK BOOK CIRCLE: Me and White Supremacy

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Me and White Supremacy
by Layla F. Saad

Presented by Psychology Students for Social Responsibility-PGI

 

Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor

“This book is for people who are ready to do the work, people who want to create change in the world by activating change within themselves first.”
~ Saad, Me and White Supremacy

Every other Wednesday, 6pm – 8pm PST, on Zoom for 6 sessions:
November 11th
December 9th
January 13th
February 10th
February 24th
March 10th

Begins November, 11th 2020
Facilitated by Heather Lilleston, Mark Downey & Issac Bustamante
(2nd year students in Pacifica’s Ph.D. Clinical Psychology Program)

We invite you to join us for a bi-weekly Book Circle focused on self reflection and personal anti-racism work using the book and journal entries in “Me and White Supremacy” by Layla F. Saad. We use the methods of The Circle Way to work through the material in the book together.

In the circle we will share reflections, resistances, questions and realizations that arise with the book’s guidance and material, as well as support each other through this work while holding each other accountable to stay the course through it.

This book is originally based on a 28 day challenge, with daily journal entries focused on different aspects of how racism and white supremacy expresses itself in conscious and unconscious ways in the lives of people with white privilege.

Who is this work for?

“This book is for any person who holds white privilege. By any person, I mean persons of any gender identity, including gender-nonconforming persons, and by who holds white privilege, I mean persons who are visually identifiable as white or who pass for white. Therefore, this includes persons who are biracial, multiracial, or white-passing People of Color who benefit under systems of white supremacy from having lighter skin color than visibly Brown, Black, or Indigenous People.”
~ Saad, Me and White Supremacy
To reserve your spot, click here to send an email requesting attendance.  

We hope you join us! There is no better place to start than with ourselves.
“Here’s to doing what is right and not what is easy.”
~ Saad, Me and White Supremacy

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