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Activating for AntiRacist Actions – A 6-Week Virtual Series

During this six week course, people with Racial Privilege will explore the resources that they have access to, and develop anti-racist action plans based upon their own resources, skills, and networks through instruction, discussion, and activities. This class is designed for people who understand that Black Lives Matter, but have been feeling stuck about bringing anti-racist actions into their own lives.

This course will be offered on Thursdays, October  22nd through December 3rd from 12:30pm – 1:30pm. This is a live virtual class held via Zoom. The meeting link will be sent in your registration confirmation email.

This 6-week series is being offered Pay-What-You-Can $30-$120. Sign Up here.

The full value of this class is $120. Learn more about our Pay-What-You-Can pricing.

You can register online, or over the phone at 434-218-7677.  

Please Note: No substitutions. Cancellations for this series must be made at least 24 hours in advance of the first class; refunds will not be issued after this point. Refunds are not available for missed classes.

Toni Barskile has been Black for 58 years in which she has attended prep schools in New Jersey, mastered White-approved “standard” English, figured out how to be perceived as “non-threatening” to members of the White  establishment and teaching survival/ computer/ critical-thinking skills to Westhaven residents. Toni also works with the dialogue on race subcommittee on media relations, attends White Feather presentations sponsored by Trinity Episcopal Church, and provides web development/design assistance to the Truth Commission Ad Hoc Planning Group of the University and Community Action for Racial Equality.

Dolly Joseph has been White and lived in Central VA all of her life. Her ancestors colonized lands of the Moneton and Cherokee peoples in the Appalachian Mountains; her family’s generational wealth comes from the exploitation of Enslaved People of African descendants near Calypso, North Carolina. Dolly is an educator and community builder and was once named one of the “4 under 40” women leaders in Charlottesville.