Want to Heal Yourself from ‘Toxic Whiteness’? This Class Can Help


It can be painful observing white people attempt to recognize or work against their privilege—especially if they’re confronted with the topic. In fact, recent surveys have suggested that the majority of white American believe they face as much discrimination as people of color, while others subscribe to the misguided concept of reverse racism.

But how can white people fight against systemic racism in a way that exorcises, rather than exacerbates, their inherent privilege? Sandra Kim, founder and executive director of the online magazine and educational platform Everyday Feminism, has one solution, and it’s called Healing from Toxic Whiteness.