In this short video series, Jennifer Arnold (Reciprocity Consulting, LLC) and Darryl Haddock (West Atlanta Watershed Alliance) lay a helpful foundation for organizations exploring the nexus between water, equity and race.
Over the course of 4 brief videos, Arnold and Haddock walk the viewer through basic concepts of equity, equality and justice, make the case for the need to focus on anti-racism in water equity work, offer guidelines for engaging in dialogue about racism, present the four levels of racism, and introduce how dominant white culture is reflected and valued in organizations.
- Part 1: Understanding Equity and Justice (See additional resource: What is Racial Equity?)
- Part 2: Engaging in Dialogue on Race and Racism: Guidelines for Dialogue
- Part 3: What is racism? Understanding the Four Levels of Racism (See additional resource: Structural Racism Glossary)
- Part 4: Reflecting on Individual and Organizational Culture (See additional resource: Traits of Dominant and Inclusive Cultures)