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Surviving and Thriving: White Supremacy Resurgences and Cultural Healing Responses for Asian, Native, and Black American Youth

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Resource Description

Addresses how "white supremacy" culture has systematically served as the formation, foundation, and expression of institutional racism throughout U.S. history by employing institutional policies and cultural conflicts of “divide and conquer” between different communities. The current and concerning rise in attacks against Asian-Americans reflects an underlying societal problem that requires urgent and radical healing approaches to pull out the roots of racism, dismantle White supremacist structures, and shift toward more pluralistic, mutually supportive, and trauma-informed relationships in society. This webinar also includes subsequent recommendations for forward progress.

Published in 2021

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