In the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, “The authors make it clear that they don’t think white readers should feel shame about their color or guilt over history they had no control over. But the book differentiates identifying as ‘white’ and supporting white supremacy culture (or ‘whiteness’).”

ENTERCULTURE: Protected Time to Co-Create a Healthy Multiracial Future

WHEN: Thursday, May 25, 2023, 10 am – 4 pm (lunch included)

WHERE: WHIM (a unique art space), 1225 Belmont Ave, Chicago, IL

CONTEXT: The current frenzy of modern life and the organized opposition to equity work leads many racial and social justice practitioners to burn-out and hopelessness.  

They need time and space to pivot from these problems in order to conceptualize a healthy, multiracial future, activating clarity and hope. Enterculture offers an opportunity to engage this pivot from problem to possibility.

WHAT: Enterculture is an immersive, experiential workshop designed to activate your creativity, passion, and hope. You will interact with your guides, the other participants, and the environment to co-create the racial equity future that we desire. Anchored by your own and the collective’s Northstar (core vision and values), you’ll undertake the experiential journey that will tap into the somatics of your body as well as the brilliance of your heart and your mind and the inventiveness of others.

Your journey guides (the Culture of Change Collective) will take you through the Equity Roadmap© by Anti & Haney (2022), an adaptive tool that provides milestones along the way and navigation tools to recognize when the future requires some imaginative off-roading. 

One other navigation tool is The Four Pivots: Reimagining Justice, Reimagining Ourselves by Shawn Ginwright (2022). The pivots enable you to imagine how to move from problems to possibility, from the transactional to the transformative, and from frenzied work to flow. You’ll learn to foster a culture of change and embrace emergent outcomes.

FOR WHOM: Experienced DEI and racial/social justice practitioners in any field committed to imagining and designing what we want in a healthy racial equity future. 

BY WHOM: The Culture the Change Collective is a multiracial team of passionate, gifted, and seasoned DEI practitioners: Mirah Anti, Corrie Wallace, Rahul Sharma, and Christine Saxman. Their experience spans schools, corporations, not-for-profits, and government entities.

SIGN UP: bit.ly/Enterculture 


  • Team of 4 (recommended and discounted): $1400
  • Individual: $400
  • Payments can be sent via Zelle to corrie@corriellc.com. Credit card payments are also accepted with an added 2.9% and .30 transaction fee (email corrie@corriellc.com for credit card instructions).
  • This should not be a cost-prohibitive experience:
    • Donations are welcome to support participants with financial need.
    • Email culturethechange@gmail.com for sliding scale options.

Being White Today should be required reading for every white person who identifies as antiracist. Further, it would serve parents and caregivers of white youth to take in the insightful lessons learned and shared by the book’s authors. If we hope to create and sustain a truly inclusive, multiracial democracy, white people must know who they are racially, and more importantly, who they can be in the fight for liberation.” — Lecia Brooks, Chief of Staff & Culture, Southern Poverty Law Center

The authors make it clear that they don’t think white readers should feel shame about their color or guilt over history they had no control over. But the book differentiates identifying as “white” and supporting white supremacy culture (or “whiteness”).

Arriving June 14, 2023! Pre-order now.

Available from Rowman & Littefield and Amazon.

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“Social justice educators (of any background) who are looking for the most effective ways of working with White students will want to read this book.  Using an understanding of White racial identity development, Tochluk and Saxman have created a resource that offers the tools needed to support students on their anti-racist learning journey.”    

-Beverly Daniel Tatum, Ph.D., Author of Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? and Other Conversations About Race 

Confronting Conspiracy Theories and Organized Bigotry at Home: A Toolkit

“People of all ages in the U.S. have witnessed a steep rise in violence and other activity from white nationalist and other anti-democracy groups. At the same time, harmful conspiracy theories have steadily gained visibility in mainstream rhetoric and politics.

Not only have young people witnessed these unsettling shifts but—as many parents, caregivers, educators, and spiritual leaders report—they have also been negatively influenced by them, in some cases with tragic consequences. 

This guide is a resource for parents, caregivers, and any adult committed to interrupting the flow of these bigoted ideas and conspiracy theories, and engaging young people in conversations about where they come from, how they spread, and what they can do about it.”