Impossible Conversation on White Privilege
White people can and must talk about racism embedded in the societies they live in. But how do you acknowledge and look at your own perspectives and positions? For Impossible Conversation on White Privilege we use a conversational method developed to talk about difficult topics from personal experiences. It involves slowing down with each other and linking together personal experiences by writing, reading and talking. This week we use this method to speak up, share and educate ourselves. The conversation is open for everybody who wishes to join. Contributing to the white homework that needs to be done. In solidarity to the anti-racism protest that followed the death of George Floyd.