Diversity Summit 2017 with Robin DiAngelo.
On this epic edition of the Philippe Matthews Show, author of Birth of A White Nation, Dr. Jacqueline Battalora and author of #WhiteFragility, Dr. Robin DiAngelo discusses the Fear of White Men!
Dr. Robin DiAngelo discusses Dismantling White Guilt, White Fragility and White Supremacy!
After the presentation, during Q&A, Robin DiAngelo finally makes the most critical point.
Dr. Robin DiAngelo received her Ph.D. from the
University of Washington in Seattle in 2004. She
teaches courses in Multicultural Teaching, Intergroup
Dialogue Facilitation, Cultural Diversity &
Social Justice, and Anti-Racist Education.
VUU guest Robin DiAngelo defines the term she coined – White Fragility. Recorded May 12, 2016.
“Ideological racism includes strongly positive images of the white self as well as strongly negative images of racial “others” (Feagin, 2000, p. 33). This self-image engenders a self-perpetuating sense of entitlement because many whites believe their financial and professional successes are the result of their own efforts while ignoring the fact of white privilege.” -Robin…
Presented by Dr. Robin DiAngelo during Highline College’s MLK Week, January, 2016.
Dr. Robin DiAngelo speaks at the Escher Auditorium, Benedicta Arts Center College of Saint Benedict during MLK Week 2017.
Being White shapes your life.
Dr. Robin DiAngelo discusses White Fragility and provide the perspectives needed for more constructive cross-racial interactions.
“Racism is a system that encompasses economic, political, social, and cultural structures, actions, and beliefs that institutionalize and perpetuate an unequal distribution of resources between White people and People of Color. White people are the beneficiaries of this system of racial inequity, regardless of awareness or intentions.”
Dr. Robin DiAngelo is the author of What Does it Mean to Be White?
Naming white supremacy shifts the locus of the problem to white people, where it belongs.
When denial of white fragility is confronted, it becomes a challenge to our rightful place, an unfair moral offense, creating defensiveness rather than reflection.
White tears are a reminder to people of color that white people don’t notice racism on a daily basis; we only notice racism when the media presents it to us loudly enough