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- Online and in-person anti-racism trainings -

by Patti Digh

This 37-day online class taught by Patti Digh teaches students how to take action “against  divisive hate, racism, and other -isms.” Each day, students have the opportunity to act as changemakers and reflect on their experience with other participants in an online classroom.

$37 (a dollar a day)

by Patti Digh

This four-week intensive online class offered by Patti Digh and Victor Lee Lewis takes students on a fast but deep journey into learning about racism. Classwork includes readings, recorded interviews, and online classroom discussions.


by National SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) Project

This seven-day peer-led program founded by Peggy McIntosh trains educators, parents, community leaders, and other professionals to facilitate seminars and discussions on equality and diversity in their own communities. Participants leave having designed a year-long monthly seminar that they will lead in their organization, school or community.

$4,200 per leader. Scholarships may be requested.

by The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond

Led by a multiracial team of people trained in anti-racist engagement, this workshop involves presentations, dialogue, reflection, role-play, and planning. This two to three day workshop helps students discover society’s structures of power and privilege as well as their personal role in these systems.

Prices vary depending on location and sponsor. Scholarships may be requested.

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