VIRTUAL: Interrupting Racism Level 1: Amplifying Individual Awareness & Level 2: Amplifying Interpersonal Engagement


This training lays the foundation for a common understanding of the breadth and depth of racism and its impact on all aspects of society. Experiencing the History of Racism in the US Timeline in community increases awareness and commitment to racial equity.

Activities and exercises address:

  • Community Agreements for engaging in learning together
  • History of Race & Racism in the US Timeline
  • Unpacking our personal histories of race and racism
  •  Data on the material impact of racism today
  • Stereotypes, prejudice & bias
  • White privilege: using it for good
  • Intersectionality and the complexity of racial experiences
  • Cultural Humility
  • Looking through the lens of diversity, equity & inclusion
  • Language for talking about race, ethnicity and racism
  • Antiracist vs. non-racist
Led By
Bureau of Substance Addiction Services (BSAS)
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