Discussion Group Leaders Guide for the White Ally Toolkit - PDF version

Discussion Group Leaders Guide for the White Ally Toolkit - PDF version

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The Discussion Group Leaders Guide provides detailed instructions for a group leader to create an anti-racism ally learning community engaging The White Ally Toolkit Workbook, helping allies accelerate their learning to better influence people with racially problematic views.

  • Usable by people at wide range of facilitation skill – from novice to master

  • Teaches groups how to navigate through the 298 Workbook in 3 short courses

  • Provides details instruction about role plays, homework, and group discussions

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The Discussion Group Leaders Guide provides detailed instructions for a group leader to create an anti-racism ally learning community engaging The White Ally Toolkit Workbook, helping allies accelerate their learning to better influence people with racially problematic views.

  • Usable by people at wide range of facilitation skill – from novice to master

  • Teaches groups how to navigate through the 298 Workbook in 3 short courses

  • Provides details instruction about role plays, homework, and group discussions

The guide also has materials to help ant-racism allies build a stronger sense of solidarity for specific populations:

  • Educators, social workers, and community organizers

  • Conflict resolution specialists, civic engagement professionals, and dialogue facilitators

  • Christians who would label themselves traditional or conservative

“Having the discussion guide is like having a master facilitator in the room ready to step in if things get sidetracked or I get confused.” Sue from Portland, OR

About the Author
Dr. David Campt, founder of the Ally Conversation Toolkit (ACT) has been a national leader in creating dialogue about racial equity for more than two decades. His clients have included The White House, social justice organizations, Members of Congress, the foundation community, labor unions, corporations, universities, and non-profit organizations. ACT has touched thousands of people in person and on-line, and represents an important innovation in the struggle for racial equity.