LC Reads: Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become A Good Ancestor by Saad, Layla F.
About the book.
One L&C invites LC faculty and staff to join us in this 28-day challenge for those who identify as having white privilege to do the hard and uncomfortable work necessary to examine privilege and move awareness into action to do better. While this workbook is aimed at those identifying as white, all are welcome to join in this work.
The e-book is currently available for download through Multnomah County Library.
If you are interested in joining weekly discussions as you work through the book, please complete this survey regarding interests and schedules.
*The registration for this book discussion group is currently closed. We encourage you to read the book and if there is additional interest, we will organize more groups as we have capacity.
Questions? contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Planned Schedule of meetings (day and time to be determined)
Week of July 6 - Part I of the book: Welcome to the Work, including introductions and community agreement of discussion protocol.
The next 4 weeks will center around Part II of the book, which is divided into 4 weeks (28 days)
Part II: The Work (July 13 - August 5)
Week 1: The Basics
Week 2: Anti-Blackness, Racial Stereotypes, and Cultural Appropriation
Week 3: Allyship
Week 4: Power, Relationships, and Commitments (ending with “Now What? Continuing the Work after Day 28”)