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Title:What white people can do to move race conversations forward | Caprice Hollins | TEDxSeattle
Duration:15:36
Viewed:56,414
Published:18-12-2020
Source:Youtube

In this 2020 TEDxSeattle talk, Dr. Caprice Hollins explains why we often fail to have productive conversations about race, race relations, and racism in this country. Her talk sheds light on why People of Color and White people take different approaches to these conversations and what White people can do to move race conversations forward. With over twenty years of experience leading and facilitating conversations on race, Dr. Hollins uses current events and daily moments as teaching opportunities about race relations in America today. 2:07 - Different approaches to race conversations 8:14 - Understanding the Black Lives Matter movement 14:11 - What white people can do to move the conversation forward More to explore: Learn more about Dr. Hollins on her website - culturesconnecting.com/ Watch Dexter Dias’ talk “Racism thrives on silence - speak up!”: www.ted.com/talks/dexter_dias_racism_thrives_on_si… Hear Megan Ming Francis urge a new approach to dismantling systemic racism in her talk “We need to address the real roots of racial violence”: www.ted.com/talks/megan_ming_francis_we_need_to_ad… Listen to Abigail Spanberger explain connected conversation in her talk “How to connect with people who are different than you”: www.ted.com/talks/abigail_spanberger_how_to_connec… With over twenty years of experience leading and facilitating conversations on race, Dr. Caprice Hollins’ success stems from one distinct attribute—the ability to embrace her own imperfections. Dr. Hollins stresses how she has learned to step back and reassess the “why” behind her work. She feels a clear calling, “I have the opportunity to change how this country has always treated those on the margins. I am an instrument for change.” Her work ranges from providing culturally relevant professional development to assisting organizations in improving cross-cultural relationships while working with diverse populations. In an effort to effectively engage all cultures, Dr. Hollins co-founded Cultures Connecting, LLC, an organization providing culturally relevant professional development workshops, keynotes, leadership coaching, and consulting services. Prior to this, she opened and served as the first Director of Equity, Race & Learning Support for Seattle Public Schools, as well as co-authored Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Strategies for Facilitating Conversations on Race. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at www.ted.com/tedx

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