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WPC Speaker Blogs


These blogs do not necessarily represent the views of the WPC, but are provided to inspire discussion and challenge us to think further about issues related to the WPC.

 

Racism Review
(Joe Feagin is a regular contributor to this blog)

Inheriting the Trade
(by Tom DeWolf)

Abby Ferber's blog
on The Huffington Post


Kathy Obear, Ed.D.'s blog


Discussing Diversity


Dr. Warren J. Blumenfeld's blog on The Huffington Post


POPSspot -
Power, Oppression, and Privilege in Sports

Hackman Consulting Group


Jody Alyn Consulting

Diversity Blog


WPC 18
Organizing. Strategizing.
Taking-Action.
Deconstructing the Culture of White Supremacy and Privilege:
Creating Peace, Equity and Opportunity in the Heartland.

Kansas City, Missouri

Thursday, April 27 – Sunday, April 30, 2017



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Consortium of Equity Conferences


National Association of Multicultural Education Conference
November 9-13, 2016
Cleveland, OH

Pacific Educational Group's National Summit for Courageous Conversations
September 24-28, 2016
Austin, TX

Social Justice Training Institute
The Social Justice Training Institute provides a forum for the professional and personal development of social justice educators and practitioners.
December 5 - 9, 2016
San Diego, CA

National Race Amity Conference
November 17-19, 2016
Quincy, MA

National Association of Independent Schools: People of Color Conference
December 8-10, 2016
Atlanta, GA




CEC

The Consortium of Equity Conferences (CEC) is a group of progressive, like-minded organizations unified through their common interest in promoting access and equity through educational programs and conferences. Each CEC member organization is dedicated to peace, equity, and social justice. The Consortium's primary mission is to support, network and take action.