Danielle Wright:
White Culture, White Privilege and Your Mind/Body
(2018, 18:33)

A mindful approach to racial equity work.


Paying Attention to White Culture and Privilege: A Missing Link to Advancing Racial Equity by Gita Gulati-Partee and Maggie Potapchuk

"I May Have Privilege If ..."

The Problem with Privilege by Andrea Smith

Citizen by Claudia Rankine

Racism 101 by Dr. Joy DeGruy

Angela Hennessy's work (esp. the School of the Dead manifesto)

Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo's work

Danielle Wright is a interdisciplinary visual artist drawn to the politics and poetics of witnessing. Her work examines language, materials, and the language of materials while exploring how notions of identity, intimacy, and trauma overlap/intersect. She is fascinated by where “you” end and “I” begin. As such her work aims to soften delineations between artist and viewer/participant. In addition to her studio practice, she serves as a Teaching Artist at Creativity Explored, a nonprofit art gallery and studio for adults with developmental disabilities in the Mission District of San Francisco.

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Heavy Breathing ︎ 2018

Critical thinking often feels heady, abstract, and divorced from the body. How do conversations change when we are moving our bodies and out of breath? What new modes of thinking become possible?