White Accountability Learning Collective
The White Accountability Learning Collective (WALC) is a dedicated space for white employees to continue their racial equity learning journeys without burdening colleagues of color. WALC participants meet in small groups of five to six people for one hour per month to discuss a topic related to racial equity, with a particular focus on the role of white privilege, including power dynamics in multiracial dialogues, microaggressions, white identity politics, and cultural appropriation. WALC designs these groups to be relevant for people at all stages of their racial equity journeys. Group members commit to meeting regularly for at least nine months to allow time for accountability and personal growth.