Introducing the Authentic Solidarity Study Guide

After the killing of George Floyd in May 2020 and the subsequent rise in the anti-racism movement, I began to receive an increase in requests from White people who learned about my Authentic Solidarity work.

If you are like so many others I’ve spoken with, you are most likely inundated with resources, articles, podcasts, and books (that are on back order), but are still not sure where to start.

I believe I can help.

Based on the resources I use in my Authentic Solidarity program, I’ve created this entry-level self-study guide for those looking to take their next steps.

If you are ready to deepen your commitment to anti-racism work and develop practices for better allyship, fill out the form below. You will be sent my FREE Authentic Solidarity Study Guide via email. I encourage you to use it  to deepen your own exploration of anti-racism, or as a tool for supporting White people in your circles who are looking for support. 

"In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist, we must be anti-racist."

—Angela Davis