A Space for Conversation

In partnership with Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site and the National Writing Project, this is a space for ongoing conversation and antiracist work hosted by the Flint Hills Writing Project. This is a place driven by love, openness, and awareness. Antiracist work is ongoing work. Within this space, participants will recognize bias while continually working to bring conscious attention, awareness, and understanding layers of racism, intentional engagement, and intersectionality.  With this awareness, we take action. 

"The term “antiracist” refers to people who are actively seeking not only to raise their consciousness about race and racism, but also to take action when they see racial power inequities in everyday life." -Anneliese A. Singh, Racial Healing Handbook


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