Let’s Talk About White Fragility will be held at Room 200
Let’s Talk About White Fragility
When white people experience racial stress, we often withdraw, defend, cry, argue, minimize, ignore, and in other ways push back to regain our racial position and equilibrium: a response known as white fragility. This limits our capacity to bridge cross-racial divides and harms people of color. Join us for a conversation about white fragility based on “White Fragility,” an essay by Dr. Robin DiAngelo. Discussion will be facilitated by Susan Schultz and Lark Weller.
Please read the essay in advance of the discussion. You can read “White Fragility” here.