Resources to Engage in Empathetic and Productive Conversations To Challenge Racism

Challenging racism often requires productive and empathetic conversations. Conversations are opportunities to listen, learn, engage, plan, take action and reflect.

Conversations can lead to greater awareness, analysis, allyship, action and reflection (Barbara Love), or they can result in parties entrenching their position and ultimately normalizing racial injustice. 

Below are a set of resources to guide effective conversations about race in your personal, professional and social life. 

REflecting on "Safety" in Conversations About Challenging Racism

Example: Responding to All Lives Matter vs. Black Lives using Dr. Campt's R-A-C-E Model