Waking Up White Study and Discussion Guides
- Presbyterian Church Waking Up White Study Guide, by Reverends Denise Anderson and Jan Edmiston. A four-week, faith-based study guide complete with facilitator tips and week-by-week curriculums.
- Truax/Hagen Ten-Week Study Guide, by St. Louis women Jenny Truax and Grace Hagen who created the curriculum for their own group’s use and offered to share it with all of us.
Being the World We Dream About, a Unitarian Universalist resource and not just for faith organizations!
Creating an Anti-Racist Agenda, list of resources to dig into true history, family histories, white identity, storytelling, challenging white culture, standing in solidarity, and more.
Living in the Tension: The Quest for a Spiritualized Racial Justice workshop series, designed by educator Shelly Tochluk, offers groups a self-guided curriculum to be used in conjunction with her book by the same title.
Me and White Supremacy Workbook, by Layla F. Saad is a free part education, part activation, personal anti-racism tool for people holding white privilege to begin to examine and dismantle their complicity in the oppressive system of white supremacy.
The White Ally Toolkit Workbook, by Dr. David W. Campt, is a vigorous self-help workbook for white people seeking to be more effective allies. Full of exercises and quizzes the book can be done alone or in community.
White Privilege: Let’s Talk — A Resource for Transformational Dialogue, from the United Church of Christ. An adult curriculum that’s designed to invite church members to engage in safe, meaningful, substantive, and bold conversations on race.
Transforming White Privilege: A 21st Century Leadership Capacity, is a fee-based curriculum designed to help current and emerging leaders from a variety of sectors better identify, talk about and intervene to address white privilege and its consequences.
Understanding What It Means To Be White And Privileged Journal, by Tom Schweizer. A journal to motivate you and/or your group to reflect on one question a week for a full year.
White People’s Guide to Responsible Cross-Racial Engagement, by Debby Irving. Why and how it matters that white people show up in cross-racial relationships and settings aware of the dynamics, a.k.a. the elephant in the room.
Witnessing Whiteness, by Shelly Tochluck and designed to build communitiy while increasing skills and capacity.