In her talks, Dr. DiAngelo, an academic, author, and facilitator, explains systemic racism with clarity and accessibility. She has the exceptional ability to speak directly about what has traditionally been a deeply challenging and taboo conversation in a way that opens and engages her audience. In so doing, she provides the questions and perspectives needed to develop more racially-just practices.
- White Fragility
In this talk, race and social justice educator Robin DiAngelo helps audiences understand White Fragility and move beyond it toward awareness, accountability, allyship. Based on her #1 New York Times bestselling book White Fragility: Why Its So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism, DiAngelo helps audiences and organizations develop an antiracist framework and accountability practice based on authentic relationships, education and honest self-reflection. Formats: keynote presentation, moderated discussion, or an expanded workshop.
- Seeing the Racial Water
Dr. DiAngelo takes participants through topics including white socialization, systemic racism and the specific ways racism manifests for white progressives. This talk combines lecture, structured reflection, and small group discussion designed to provide a comprehensive system analysis and identify personal complicity. It is an excellent and powerful foundational training that presents an undeniable perspective on the systemic nature of Racism and the need for a systemic remedy. Formats: keynote presentation, moderated discussion, or an expanded workshop.