The link to my toolkit for white people seeking to uproot white supremacy can be found below, following the explanation for why it was created.
Part of my work over the last decade has included a commitment to help heal the wounds of white supremacy and racism. In light of this, I have served as a racial justice educator, trainer, and organizer with numerous organizations across many states. As a white person, I still have a lot to do, learn, and process. Yet I also believe I have some knowledge to offer other white people when it comes to approaching racial justice work effectively.
In light of the 2020 #BlackLivesMatter uprising (which were sparked in part by the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor by police and white supremacist vigilantes) several white family members, friends, and acquaintances requested that I share resources and suggestions to help them better address racism within themselves and their communities. In light of these requests, I made an online document that includes guidance for white people seeking to uproot systemic white supremacy. In it, I included tools I have found helpful on my journey towards leading a more anti-racist existence. It was written in consultation with others and made possible in large part thanks to the many mentors I have had along my path. If you also identify as white, I hope the guidance in this toolkit proves helpful to you. It is free, and you are welcome to share it with anyone you think could benefit from it.
My free toolkit for white folks seeking to uproot white supremacy can be found at https://bit.ly/uproot-white-supremacy.