Connecting the Dots to Protect Kids from Online Influence of Hate Groups

Swastikas in the Bathroom: Connecting the Dots between White Nationalism, White Supremacy, the Alt-Right, and the Alt-Light

To fully understand how hate groups influence today’s kids and teens, it is important that parents, teachers, coaches, counselors, and others understand the scope of the threat, recognize the warning signs, and interrupt the indoctrination. These resources build on the existing reporting about hate groups and their online recruitment tactics and makes important connections to empower adults to support the young people in their care.

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JOIN US!— Let’s create a national network of people working to disrupt white nationalist recruitment. We have big ideas and need as many people involved as possible. We’ll work together to locate, create, and share resources and strategies and then support each other to make use of them. Interested? Sign up here.

Let’s Talk About Race | TEDx San Juan Island

Take a listen while I share about what I’ve learned about race, racial identity, and the need to show up for racial justice.

So… You Have White Guilt. What Now?

A recorded webinar on how to transform your guilty feelings into effective anti-racist action, recognize destructive patterns, and develop a healthier anti-racist white self. Produced and made available by Everyday Feminism. Available for on demand viewing.

Webinar Leaders: Salina Gray, Educator, Mentor, Champion, and Shelly Tochluk, Educator, Advocate, Author

Living in the Tension Workshop Series

This series provides free agendas and handouts for community groups to deepen their anti-racism practice. Move through the series chapter-by-chapter or by thematic thread, depending upon your needs. Check it out!


Visit the Witnessing Whiteness Workshop Series webpage to access a full set of curriculum resources you can use with your community as you read Witnessing Whiteness together. Workshop agendas with facilitation guidance and handouts are available for free download.

First reported on by CBS News in November 2014 (see above), the Witnessing Whiteness program offered by the YWCA-St. Louis continues. This NBC News update offered an update in December 2018: In time of viral encounters, ‘white spaces’ are used to confront biases

On-ramps and Lanes on the Racial Justice Freeway

An essay in service of us all.



Every summer I help co-produce and co-facilitate a 4-day institute called Unmasking Whiteness with AWARE-LA. It is designed for white people who want to dig deep and investigate white identity, privilege, and how to develop their anti-racist toolkit. Join us! Registration opens each December and spots tend to fill very quickly. Learn more here.



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