Seattle classes about ‘white fragility’ have sold out

Aug 19, 2016 by

Academic and author Dr. Robin DiAngelo (pictured) is offering courses for white people teaching them how to cope with their ‘white fragility’ – and tickets for the lectures have sold out.

An academic and author is offering courses for white people teaching them how to cope with their ‘white fragility’ – and tickets for the lectures have sold out.

The City of Seattle is offering the class through its Office of Arts and Culture, with Dr. Robin DiAngelo taking students through the course.

The workshops, which cost $60 to attend and had its first four-hour session on Wednesday night, focus on: ‘the specific way that racism manifests through White Fragility and provides the perspectives and skills needed for white people to have more constructive cross-racial interactions’.

The Office of Arts and Culture also defines ‘white fragility’ as: ‘the inability for white people to tolerate racial stress.’

‘White people in the U.S. live in a racially insular social environment,’ a description on its website reads.

Source: Seattle classes about ‘white fragility’ have sold out | Daily Mail Online

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