By: Toni Morrison

Morrison’s now widely circulated response to a once prominent white American television figure (since turfed) when he asked her how she dealt with racism.

By: Dr. Kenneth Hardy

Dr. Hardy explores our legacies & subsequent wounds of oppression, skills & commitments leaders can take to address & begin to put practices & policies into place that heal more & harm...

A Film by Lee Mun Wah

The Color of Fear is an insightful, groundbreaking film about the state of race relations in America as seen through the eyes of eight North American men of Asian, European, Latino and African descent.

By: Dr. Robin DiAngelo

Dr. Robin DiAngelo, author of “White Fragility,” has been an anti-racist educator for over two decades.

With Jacqueline Battalora and Michael Kilman

Brought to you by the White Fragility and Whiteness as a Trauma Response Webinar with Dr. Jacqueline Battalora and Michael Kilman.

By: Dr. Kenneth Hardy, Networker Symposium keynote

In this highlight from his keynote, Dr. Hardy makes a call to therapists everywhere: even if you don’t interact with clients of color much in your job, make allyship a part of your larger life’s...

By: Dr. Kenneth Hardy

These tasks can serve as good “group rules” in a conversation about race and prevent microaggressions in the process of having that conversation.

A Film by Lee Mun Wah

Last Chance for Eden is a documentary about nine men and women discussing the issues of racism and sexism in the workplace – and the differences & similarities between the two.

Directed by: Christine Herbes-Sommers, Tracy Heather Strain, and Llewellyn Smith

Millions of people have used this 3-part documentary series to scrutinize their own deep-seated beliefs about the idea of race, and explore how our social divisions are not inevitable but made.

Directed by: Kenny Leon

Based on the acclaimed Broadway play, AMERICAN SON tells the story of Kendra, the mother of a missing teenage boy, as she struggles to put the pieces together in a South Florida police station.

Directed by: Stanley Nelson

Exploring the Black Panther Party, its significance to the broader American culture, its cultural & political awakening for black people, & the painful lessons wrought when a movement derails.

Directed by: George Tillman Jr.

A teen witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood friend by a trigger-happy cop and must decide whether to testify or not, based on the critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller by Angie Thomas. 

Directed by: Destin Daniel Cretton

Based on the powerful and thought-provoking true story of young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice.

Directed by: Barry Jenkins

Based on the novel by James Baldwin, “If Beale Street Could Talk” is a soulful drama about a young Black couple fighting for justice in the name of love and the promise of the American dream.

Directed by: Justin Simien

Through an absurdist lens, Dear White People utilizes biting irony, self-deprecation and sometimes brutal honesty to hold up a mirror to the issues plaguing society today, all the while leading with laughter.

Directed by: Carlos López Estrada

A movie about two lifelong friends in a rapidly gentrifying Oakland, California, whose relationship is challenged and tested after one of them witnesses the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man.

Directed by: Raoul Peck

A radical, up-to-the-minute examination of race in America, using Baldwin’s original words and a flood of rich archival material, by master filmmaker Raoul Peck.

Directed by: Terence Nance

The six-episode season explores evergreen cultural idioms such as patriarchy, white supremacy and sensuality from a new, thought-provoking perspective.

Directed by: Ollie Stokes

Designed for dialogue, the film works to disentangle internal beliefs, attitudes and pre-judgments within, and it builds skills to address the structural drivers of social and economic inequities.

Directed by: Ava DuVernay

Based on the true story of 5 teenagers of color, labeled the Central Park 5, who were convicted of a rape they did not commit, highlighting their exoneration in 2002 & the settlement reached in 2014.

Directed by: Ava DuVernay


Archival footage w/ testimony from activists & scholars, this examination of the U.S. prison system looks at how the history of racial inequality drives the high rate of incarceration in America.

Founded By: Lee Mun Wah

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