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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

“Until the killing of black men, black mothers' sons, becomes as important to the rest of the country as the killing of a white mother's sons, we who believe in freedom cannot rest until this happens.”


~ Ella Baker, Shero of the civil rights Freedom Movement

VIDEO CLIPS for Full Training


Note that these are available in the Modules sections as well, and are also embedded in the Slides linked there.


Module C: “The Danger of A Single Story,” Dr. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, TED Talk


Module D: “Black Guy Breaks Into A Car,” Simple Misfits


Module E: Privilege: Two Perspectives (Featherston video clip)

Module E: Privilege: Two Perspectives (McIntosh video clip)

Module E: “A Trip to the Grocery Store” (DeGruy video clip) from Cracking the Codes


Module I: “Facing Our Racial Past,” Dr. Khalil Muhammad, Bill Moyers Show 

(note that we typically cut the video at 12 minutes 2 seconds)


Module T: “The Tree,” Milind Dhaimade Equinox Films