The annual White Privilege Conference
(WPC) serves as a yearly opportunity to examine and explore
difficult issues related to white privilege, white supremacy
and oppression. WPC provides a forum for critical discussions
about diversity, multicultural education and leadership, social
justice, race/racism, sexual orientation, gender relations,
religion and other systems of privilege/oppression.
WPC is recognized
as a challenging, empowering and educational experience. The
workshops, keynotes and institutes not only inform participants,
but engage and challenge them, while providing practical tips
and strategies for combating inequality.
Native author, attorney and activist Gyasi Ross will be one of the conference keynotes as well as women's rights and human rights activist Loretta Ross. A number of other SpeakOut speakers and artists also regularly participate in this conference including:
Visit the WPC website for information on the 16th annual conference in Louisville KY on March 11 - 14, 2015. The conference theme is "Resistance, Action, Courage, & Equity: The South Leading the Way!"
Visit the WPC website here.