TWP Member Home Page

Welcome to the homepage for full access to the TWP Curriculum! Thank you for becoming a member of our community. Please explore the links below to access our digital content. 


Remember that you will need to be logged in as a paid TWP Member—the pink link at upper right should change from “TWP Log In” to your TWP account name—to see the links below.


The TWP curriculum was piloted as a two-day workshop.  There are references to Day One and Day Two modules throughout these pages. Some of our users continue to use that format, while others choose to use particular sets of modules to integrate into a current workshop or educational session. We encourage you to identify how best to use the materials with your groups. If you have questions, email twpinfo@racialequitytools.org.


NEW (July 2021)! Facilitating modules virtually? TWP community members have shared their experience and insights. To share what you are learning, please take this two-question survey. We will be sure to share the lessons back.


TWP CURRICULUM MATERIALS


Materials for Modules A-L

Lesson Plans, PowerPoints, Handouts, and Video Links

Materials for Modules M-T

Lesson Plans, PowerPoints, Handouts, and Video Links


Facilitator's Guide Home

Guide to implementing the curriculum, including information on preparation, facilitation, evaluation, and more.


TWP Glossary

Definitions of key terms you will find in the TWP curriculum


To use original schedule (see above for Lesson Plans, Handouts, and Video Links):

Day One PowerPoint (all slides for Modules A-L) or PDF (smaller file)

Day Two PowerPoint (all slides for Modules M-T) or PDF (smaller file)

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

“In other words, if you’re not going along with the system, it won’t be long before people notice and let you know it. … As long as we participate in social systems, we don’t get to choose whether to be involved in the consequences they produce. We’re involved simply through the fact that we’re here. As such, we can only choose how to be involved, whether to be just part of the problem or also to be part of the solution. That’s where our power lies, and also our responsibility.”


~ Allan Johnson, Privilege, Power, and Difference, 2006