by Carmen Van Kerckhove
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What do white people stand to gain by fighting racism? How do we demonstrate that gains for women, people of color, and other so-called minorities don’t necessarily come at the expense of white males? What unique perspectives can whites bring to conversations about race? I’ll be speaking to Paul Kivel, author of Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice about all of these issues.
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Paul Kivel is a violence prevention trainer and co-founder of the Oakland Men’s Project, a nationally recognized multicultural organization dedicated to helping people understand the roots of violence in our society and seek positive solutions. Through his lectures, workshops, trainings and writings, Kivel works to end male violence and build alliances across lines of race, gender, class, sexual orientation and age.
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