Look Deeper: Race

LOOK DEEPER:
RACE

It’s time to change the conversation. Introducing Look Deeper: Race – a digital experience built around the groundbreaking documentary I’m Not Racist… Am I? about a group of young people and their families trying to get at the heart of racism.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Interactive training
Approachable sessions that encourage the user to take part in the learning process and encourage deeper reflection.

Interactive training
Approachable sessions that encourage the user to take part in the learning process and encourage deeper reflection.

Interactive training
Approachable sessions that encourage the user to take part in the learning process and encourage deeper reflection.

HOW TO USE IT

  • As a digital textbook for high school, college, or graduate school
  • As a first year summer reading experience OR orientation program for colleges and universities
  • As Professional Development for faculty and staff
  • As a discussion tool for Employee Resource Groups

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LOOK DEEPER:

RACE CIRCLES

Gather your friends, your book club, church group, community center, and lean in circle to participate in the Look Deeper: Race online program and take the first step in an important conversation.

We will be providing the following supporting resources exclusive to the Look Deeper: Race Circles program:

  • Facilitation Manual & Discussion Guides
  • Bonus Video Content
  • Facebook Group to access ongoing resources and community forum
  • Facebook Live with the filmmakers

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$79 for 60-day subscription

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PROGRAM PRICING

Individuals
$79 for a 60-day
subscription

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longer than 60 days
or institutional pricing.

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PROGRAM RESOURCES

Learning about racism – and determining the role you will play in addressing it – is an ongoing process. Watching and talking about I’m Not Racist… Am I? can be part of that process. In addition, we’ve made available more information for you here to continue the conversation.

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