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A Paler Shade of White: Intervening in the training of Whites in “helping” professions before they intervene in the lives of people of color. Introductions. Frank Holiwski MA – Psychology, DePaul University Ted Manley PhD. - Sociology, DePaul University

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A Paler Shade of White: Intervening in the training of Whites in “helping” professions before they intervene in the lives of people of color

introductions
Introductions
  • Frank Holiwski MA – Psychology, DePaul University
  • Ted Manley PhD. - Sociology, DePaul University
  • Jason Washburn, PhD. - Psychology, Northwestern University
what we do
What we do
  • Eradicating White Racism
  • Since 1998
  • Education or Group Therapy
  • Goals
the class last year s presentation in brief
The Class[Last year’s presentation in brief]
  • Selected material from last year
workshop goals
Workshop Goals
  • Identify how White Racism is simultaneously denied and maintained
  • Introduce participants to various measures used to assess White racism
  • Provide strategies to address defensiveness in courses/training on White Racism
why do we do what we do
Why do we do what we do?
  • What materials do we use?
  • Why do we use those materials?
  • How would we (naively?) expect students to respond?
  • How do students actually respond?
  • How do we react to those responses?
what we use
Implicit Attitude Test (IAT)

Videos

Journals

Personal Inventory

Social Background

‘N’ Word Exercise

Cost of Racism Checklist

Benefits of Racism Checklist

Music

Lectures (e.g., Origins of Whiteness; White Liberalism)

What we use
material x
Material X
  • Context for introduction of material
  • Typical Results
  • Examples of any relevant instructions/materials
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IAT
  • What is it?
  • Why do we include it?
  • When do we include it?
  • What are “typical” results?
  • How would you expect these students to respond?
  • Now how would you respond?
implicit attitude test iat
Implicit Attitude Test (IAT)
  • What does the IAT measure?
  • Introduction of IAT
  • Presentation of class results
typical student reactions
Typical Student Reactions
  • Various Defenses
  • Various Defenses
  • Various Defenses
do the right thing
Do the Right Thing
  • What significant things happened in the video?
  • How do you think students reacted?
typical student reactions1
Typical Student Reactions
  • Various Defenses
  • Various Defenses
  • Various Defenses
personal inventory
Personal Inventory
  • What is a personal inventory?
  • Selected aspect
  • Selected aspect
personal inventory1
Personal Inventory
  • What were your ideas?
  • What were your group’s reactions?
  • What ideas do you think students offered?
  • How do you think student groups reacted?
personal inventory2
Personal Inventory
  • Student reactions
  • Student reactions
  • Student reactions
social background
Social Background
  • What is a the social background exercise?
  • Aspects
  • Aspects
social background1
Social Background
  • Why do we include the social background exercise?
  • What reactions would you expect?
social background2
Social Background
  • Student reactions
  • How do you respond?
social background3
Social Background
  • Suggestions
  • Suggestions
  • Suggestions
additional 4 grouped together
Additional (4) Grouped together
  • ‘N’ Word
  • Cost of Racism
  • Social Desirability
  • Journal Quotes
dynamics
Dynamics
  • Group (class)
  • Instructors
  • Examples – Pro and Con
other issues misc
Other Issues/Misc.
  • Some supplementals I have
summary
Summary
  • Info
  • Info
  • Info
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