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6-week Disrupting our Whiteness Special Series: 

White Caucus Facilitators



Mondays, 3-5 PM PST

July 10, 17, 24, 31

August 7, 14

This program is for you if you: 

  • lead white caucus groups in your work or community already

  • plan to start a white caucus group and are interested in building your skills ahead of time

  • want connection and support from like-minded people in similar roles as you

  • want curriculum-building practice that develops your own creativity and collaboration skills rather than receiving a handbook

  • learn through embodied practice in supportive groups

  • want practice custom to your own needs and community in a small group environment 

Focus will be creating connections with people with similar roles, and on developing critical skills in leading white caucus groups such as:

  • building meaningful questions

  • holding people where they are at without judgment while pushing them to grow

  • creating long-lasting communities of support in your caucus groups

  • addressing challenging issues

  • undoing white supremacy culture in your own facilitation

We will be bringing scenarios, embodiment, and practice in as always.

This is an advanced group where people will be giving and receiving feedback regularly.

Program Details


*Cohorts are capped at 12 participants*

Zoom Calls
with the Full Group

Relationship building & white caucus facilitator curriculum as we outlined above, plus whatever needs & processes are present in the group that day.

2:1 Coaching Sessions with Jennie and Dylan

Each participant will have a 2:1 with Jennie and Dylan to more deeply explore the themes of our program, your own individual growth, & how to support you in your white caucus facilitation in your community.

Monthly Buddy Calls

with another Participant in the Group

Practice reaching for other white folks in this work, get support & accountability around your anti-racism work in your community, & deepen relationships & your sense of connection to our community.

Wild Mushrooms

Important Note from Aaron and Porsha

Holistic Resistance believes there needs to be a place for white folks

to be with each other & work on our material. does not erase our work with POC-led leadership & movements.

We should respect this process as a portion of our work, not the complete picture.  


White people working with accountability is an essential piece

of not putting the burden exclusively on POC to help white folks unlearn our racism.

We invite you to not leave it to People of Color to ask you

important questions about your whiteness.  


We also invite you to recognize questions & feelings

that are better kept to yourself & harmful when in the presence of POC.


We have been asked by POC to ask better questions of our white peers

& really listen to the answers we hear in our communities. This series is an opportunity for white folks

to practice that in real time and to cultivate deep, long lasting relationships along the way



of the Group Zoom Calls:

Mondays, 3-5 PM PST

July 10, 17, 24, 31

August 7, 14


Dates of the 2:1 coaching sessions & participant calls are flexible.


***All Group Sessions will be Recorded.***

Since this is relationship-based, and learning how to process this material live in community is part of our work as white people, we encourage you to participate live as much as possible.


DOW gives me a firm grounding in a community where I can be vulnerable and practice building new skills in anti-racism that disrupt not only white supremacy within myself, but in the people around me and in wider systems and structures as well. Since starting the group, I have begun to notice and shift the ways my whiteness manifests as well as a transforming the ways I approach fellow white folks to call them into this work. A valuable and necessary use of your time. 

DOW offers a glimpse beyond white supremacy culture. Dylan and Jennie work well together to slow things down with deep questions and thoughtful groundings. This group offered a container where I felt my edges of bringing more of my full self into a space and navigating how to track and care for folks in community. This longer series of community building provided a solid place to return to to hold the complexities of both loving white people and holding one another accountable.

When I came into the program I knew I had whiteness written all over me. But Jennie and Dylan helped me realize two key things: first, that white supremacy is not only expressed in my thinking, but also in my emotions and in my body. Second, the scenarios of human interactions we worked through as a team showed me how to be curious about a person's actions, rather than assuming, blaming or shaming. Big time, powerful learning.

Payment Options:

$900-$300 for 6-week program and 1-hour personal consultation with Jennie and Dylan

Accessibility is a top priority for us in anti-racism work.

Choose your payment for this 2-month program: we suggest a sliding scale of $200-$600/month, or $300-$900. 

Pay more if you are able, as it directly allows us to offer this work at accessible rates & funds our other work that we do for free.


 Please get in touch with us if you are also in need of further scholarship. We want you in this work! Payment plans are always available - email to share your payment plan needs.

All workshops that focus on working with white folks on our anti-racism involve a 10% donation to organizations & individuals whose lives are marginalized by racism every day.


Jennie Pearl

"What are our responsibilities as white folks in anti-racism?  How do we deepen our devotion to creating another way of being? White supremacy culture will constantly try to suck us back into the ways we’ve been socialized to not pay attention - and definitely don’t rock the boat.


We absolutely have a responsibility to step up as white folks in this work, but how we step up makes all the difference. Transformation doesn’t happen in a vacuum. For so long I was going at my anti-racism work alone. These systems of oppression, like racism, are huge, and they thrive when we are isolated. It wasn’t until I began deeply connecting with other white folks and building lasting relationships that I started to feel my resiliency growing and long-term strategy actually moving into action. And this work can be healing - connection and relationship cultivate another way of being. 


Social justice is not just hard work - it is hard work, but when we do it community, it’s also connective. Undoing the notion we can do this by ourselves is healing, and the connection we experience in community generates more capacity for work.


Dylan Wilder Quinn

"I've been in white anti-racist communities where we were so focused on being 'the good anti-racist' that we tore each other apart with our criticism and our perfectionism, got afraid to speak up and be in conflict, and eventually burned ourselves and each other out.


Literally, in so many spaces, our own white supremacy culture keeps us from participating in anti-racism. It pushes us and other white people out of the work, which is literally the opposite of what we need to be doing as white people. It's time for something different - something that's relational and connective, and coming from a place where we ALL as white people have work to do.


It's time to support each other, to share strategies and create a sense of community based in ending racism. White people, we've got work to do.

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