REL Module 2

Focusing on movement, immigration and the development of race in the United States, Beyond Our Wildest Dreams: Racial Equity Learning Volume Two (REL2) examines law and its affect on cultural norms. 


This volume supports educators, community members, and social justice trainers by analyzing structural racism, and changing the systems that maintain white culture as superior.


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Glossary

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Accountability [expands / contracts on click]

In the context of racial equity work, accountability refers to the ways in which individuals and communities hold themselves to their goals and actions, and acknowledge the values and groups to which they are responsible. 

To be accountable, one must be visible, with a tra

Accountability [expands / contracts on click]

In the context of racial equity work, accountability refers to the ways in which individuals and communities hold themselves to their goals and actions, and acknowledge the values and groups to which they are responsible. 

To be accountable, one must be visible, with a tra

For each REL, World Trust uses an integrated approach for their curricula, consisting of visual and performing art as well as slides, presentations, written materials, and handouts. This approach supports the deconstruction of deeply held cultural beliefs by addressing the pre-conscious brain.


World Trust uses the arts – story, film, and music – to activate our habits and associations around fairness and justice, allowing our brain to draw connections to our personal experience. Through deep internal reflection, a collective engagement in the systems and structures that hold racism in place emerges.


To learn more about Racial Equity Learning modules, visit world-trust.org/curriculum.

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