A SERIES OF CONVERSATIONS
DOING WHITE PEOPLE’S WORK
Hosted by Julian Walker
Tuesday 24 November 10:00 – 11:30 (UK time)
We hear a lot about the necessity of white people doing their own work in order to challenge racism in themselves and in the world. But what does this mean, and how do we go about it? In this session, Julian will share her own perspectives and experience and invite attendees to reflect on what their own work.
Julian Walker Bio
Julian is a writer and facilitator and since January 2020 an associate of the equality and human rights charity, brap https://www.brap.org.uk/ based in Birmingham. She joined NTL in 2018 and completed her Human Interaction Laboratory facilitator apprenticeship in 2019.
Julian’s journey to explore her whiteness began in 2008 when, as Director of Policy and Research at Barnardo’s, she was given Peggy Macintosh’s work on white privilege by a member of her team. Julian Walker: Recovery, Identity and Use-of-Self: A Personal Journey
In previous lives Julian was a senior civil servant and a freelance international development consultant, specialising in evidence-based policy and centre of government reform.
NTL MEMBERS: FREE
NON-MEMBERS: £30 +VAT