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White Ally Toolkit 201: Deepening your ally skills

Unitarian Universalist Church of Vancouver
4505 East 18th Street
Vancouver, WA 98661, US (map)

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Do you struggle, as a white person, to practically advance the cause of anti-racism in your community?

Many white allies are in need of effective tools to engage in honest & productive conversations about race with their white friends, relatives & neighbors.

The White Ally Toolkit Project focuses specifically on helping these allies have more effective encounters with people who are skeptical that racism is a problem.

Utilizing contemporary research on persuasion, this interactive workshop leaves participants with concrete skills to advance racial equity.

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  • Sponsor: Unitarian Universalist Church of Vancouver
  • Dr. David Campt was an advisor on race to the White House during the Clinton Administration. He is a national speaker & expert on topics of inclusion, equity, conflict resolution & dialogue.

201 is for those who have already taken 101 in December or in the morning of February 17.

The White Ally Toolkit Project focuses specifically on helping white folks have more effective encounters with people who are skeptical that racism is a problem. Utilizing contemporary research on persuasion, this three-hour interactive workshop leaves participants with concrete skills for using your own racial background as a tool to advance racial equity.

Dr. David Campt worked for the White House on the Clinton Administration’s Commission on Race. He is a national expert on dialogue and race relations. He was called to Charlottesville after the violence there this summer. www.whiteallytoolkit.com

Questions: 206-849-9170

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