Everything you need to understand or teach White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo.
Robin DiAngelo's White Fragility is an account of the ways in which whites protect themselves from engaging in serious anti-racism work by clinging to what she refers to as white fragility. She examines the assumptions, claims, and beliefs that white people make that allow them to evade this work and continue to perpetrate racism. Using a sociological framework, DiAngelo looks at the ways in which all of us, whites and people of color, are born into a society awash in racism. She also makes recommendations about how whites can learn about and examine racism and grow from the experience.
White Fragility Lesson Plans contain 145 pages of teaching material, including: