What is your vision?
A shared exploration of the role of the arts in a white anti-racist practice.
Facilitated by: Kristy Lovich & J Lovich
Curriculum Created by: Kristy Lovich
This 1.5 hour workshop was geared toward communities of folks that identify as white anti-racist activists, organizers, cultural workers. Through a survey of contemporary art practices that center direct action toward harmful power systems, intentional dialogue, and open studio time; participants explored the following guiding questions with an eye toward cultivating new forms of critical creative work:
- What role does art and art-making play within social movements?
- Within movements for racial justice?
- In terms of creating a white anti-racists identity?
- Toward the dismantling of white supremacy and the achievement of collective liberation?
- When it is conceived of and created by white people?
SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice)
SURJ’s role as part of a multi-racial movement is to undermine white support for white supremacy and to help build a racially just society.
Aware-LA (Alliance of White Anti-Racists)