National SEED Project founder and anti-racism educator Peggy McIntosh is making her classic 1989 article, "White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack," available online for the first time to the public in an authorized version.
SEED leader and high school American history teacher Mary Jo Merrick-Lockett, a White woman married to an African-American man, writes about how SEED Founder Peggy McIntoshâs piece on White privilege and the experience of leading a SEED group helped her understand her own experiences with race and to communicate about race in a way that placed her story within the larger framework of institutionalized racism.
SEED will be offering two different workshops at the White Privilege Conference in Louisville, Ky., next week, facilitated by Co-directors Emmy Howe and Emily Style and Associate Directors Jondou Chase Chen and Gail Cruise-Roberson. We hope you'll attend to learn more about SEED's unique approach to equity work, or to refresh your skills if you're already a SEED leader or seminar participant.
If you can't make the workshops, you can simply stop by our exhibit table to say hello!