If you've entered this door, we assume you're a white person who is ready and willing to do difficult, life-long work to start and continue your anti-racism journey.
This journey won't be over until you take your last breath.
Antagonists, Advocates and Allies:
The Wake-up Call Guide for White Women Who Want to Become Allies with Black Women.
1. Buy & read these two books
Catrice recommends you read two of her books to start your anti-racism journey:
2. Register for an in-person workshop
As soon as you can, register for an in-person SHETalks WeTalk Race Talks for Women workshop!
4. Apply for membership to the Collective (SCWC)
After completing the previous three steps, fill out an application for the Socially Conscious Women’s Collective (SCWC)!
The SCWC (aka the Collective) is a group of white women that will not coddle you, but will instead call you forward, stretch you, and hold you accountable.
CONTINUING YOUR ANTI-RACISM EDUCATION
If you’ve finished steps 1 through 4 of your anti-racism journey, you’ve built a solid foundation. But don’t get complacent! As a white person, you will never complete this journey.
Here are more of Catrice’s courses for you to dive even deeper into the ways white supremacy harms Black people and what you can do about it.
Catrice is available for speaking and training engagements, including keynotes, panel presentations, webinars, group/event facilitation, radio and podcast segments, and workshops.
If a minimum fee of $5,000 plus travel expenses for out-of-town engagements is within your budget, please fill out the form, and a member of Catrice’s booking team will be in touch with you within 3 to 5 business days.
PLEASE NOTE: Catrice does not speak for free. At her sole discretion, Catrice occasionally modifies or waives her fee for Black-led organizations.
THE JUSTICE IS LOVE COALITION'S
Reparations are a debt owed to Black people for the centuries of terror white people have inflicted on them. As you make your way through the steps of your anti-racism journey, you will learn that racism and anti-blackness permeate every fiber and institution of American life.
And you will learn that economic justice is racial justice!
Please consider making the Racial Justice Center one aspect of your reparations budget. Contribute and amplify to make this place of healing and growth a reality for Black lives.
ABOUT CATRICE M. JACKSON
NYALLA MKALE UKWAZI
"I don't teach white folks how to reconnect to their humanity. I help them find it for the first time."
— Catrice M. Jackson
Catrice is America’s number one expert on white woman violence. She has defined more than fifty Weapons of Whiteness®, and she teaches white women how to cause less harm to Black and NBPOC people in her books, in-person workshops, and online courses.
PhD, Organizational Psychology, Walden University (dissertation in progress)
MS, Human Services/Counseling, Bellevue University
Licensed Mental Health Practitioner (LMHP)
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
BS, Criminal Justice Administration, Bellevue University.
Licensed Practical Nurse, Western Iowa Technical Community College
Certified Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Advocate, Trainer, and Speaker