Dismantling Racism Works (drworks) and Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) have resources on the Characteristics of White Supremacy Culture. Developed originally by Kenneth Jones and Tema Okun in 2001, these characteristics examine values, behaviors and processes that work to support and affirm white supremacy.
Each characteristic is also accompanied by 'antidotes,' ways to disrupt these ways of thinking and ways to do things differently. This is not a list of things that shouldn't ever be done, but a list that shows how these ways of thinking can be problematic unless they are critically examined through a racial justice lens.
This is a collection of readings to help you in discussing whiteness and white privilege.
The film follows Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and filmmaker, Jose Antonio Vargas, as he travels across the country to get this complicated conversation started.
Under Our Skin is a 2016 series of video interviews by the Seattle Times to address "the furor over police shootings, the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, protests on college campuses and charged campaign rhetoric" that has been at the forefront of national and local news throughout the past few years.