Racial Equity Resource Guide


Organizations



World Trust

Oakland, CA


World Trust Educational Services, Inc. is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to creating visual media and other materials that support the development of equitable and sustainable communities worldwide. Its vision is a vibrant, equitable, sustainable world that honors, embraces and utilizes differences among peoples in order to fully love, respect and expand the sanctity of life. Among its activities are the production of social media programs and materials; the hosting of global cross-disciplinary dialogues and programs; and developing social media and materials for other innovative organizations, networks or individuals committed to equitable and sustainable global social transformation.




Related Guides & Workshops

World Trust Educational Services Workshops & Events

World Trust Workshops and Events leverage the power of film, dialogue and education to create a bridge between whites and people of color in order to work towards healing and an equitable future.


Tagged with: Racial Healing, Professional Development, Dialogue Guides & Resources, Workshops/Convenings

Related Resources

Cracking the Codes

“Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity” is a film that asks America to talk about the causes and consequences of systemic inequity.


Tagged with: Racial Healing, Advocacy & Organizing, Videos

Light in Shadows

“Light in the Shadows” is a film featuring ten women from various ethnic backgrounds, having a sincere and open conversation about the racial inequities they face on a daily basis.


Tagged with: Racial Healing, Addressing Laws, Policy and Justice, Health & Family, Videos

Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible

“Mirrors of Privilege” is a film and conversation guide designed to help bridge the gap between good intentions and meaningful change.


Tagged with: Racial Healing, Addressing Laws, Policy and Justice, Videos

The Way Home: Women Talk About Race in America

“The Way Home” brings together diverse women to talk about their experience of racism in America.


Tagged with: Media and Communications, Racial Healing, Health & Family, Videos

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