SEED is presenting at and sponsoring the annual White Privilege Conference this week, so we thought it was timely to post this video of school librarian and SEED Leader Marcia Lovelace discussing how SEED has given her the tools, theory, and community to recognize and address White privilege and other forms of unearned privilege.
SEED Founder Peggy McIntosh, along with SEED Associate Directors Gail Cruise-Roberson and Jondou Chase Chen, and SEED Summer Staff Members Pat Badger and Donald Burroughs, will be presenting at the White Privilege Conference in Madison, Wisconsin this week. If you'll be at the conference, we hope you'll attend one of our two sessions on "Teaching Methods That Build Relationships, Strengthen Communities, and Bring About Justice in School Classrooms," and/or stop by the SEED exhibit table to say hello and see some of our new SEED materials. Read on for details.
Watch SEED leaders from different racial and ethnic backgrounds talk about some of the ways in which SEED has helped them better understand privilege and systemic racism, create more inclusive curricula, and be good allies.