Examining Whiteness: white identity and racism

Where: Barnsbury Community Centre, 12 Jays Street, Kings Cross, London N1 0FE

From: 22 Jun 2024 time: 10:30 AM - 01:30 PM
Until: 05 Jun 2024

Whiteness, as a set of normative cultural practices, is visible most clearly to those it definitely excludes and those to whom it does violence. Those who are housed securely within its borders usually do not examine it. (Ruth Frankenberg,1993)

This group is open to people from all backgrounds, heritages and ethnicities who want to actively address the injustices and inequalities of racism through personal and collective work on white identity, power, privilege and complicity.

It is an open group meeting 4 times a year since Sept 2017 and facilitated by two white therapists, members of Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility (PCSR), Suzanne Keys and Bea Millar. It is not a workshop, seminar or therapy group, so participants need to be prepared to participate in uncomfortable and difficult conversations in a respectful environment, with the personal content being confidential to the group, and know how to support themselves in this process.



FREE - donations to PCSR welcome

For more details contact: beatricemillar9@gmail.com