White Privilege and Allyship: A 5-Day Advanced Program

White Privilege and Allyship:
A 5-Day Advanced Program

Join our program to receive bite-sized diversity, equity & inclusion lessons daily for 5 days.
Complete the program to get a certificate!

The next cohort starts on Monday.

Diversity, equity, and inclusion work has never been more important in higher education. Sign up for our free five-day program to learn about white privilege and allyship.

New to diversity, equity, and inclusion? Start with our 101 program to lay the foundation for your learning.


White Privilege in Higher Education

Identify and confront white privilege in higher education to create a more equitable and inclusive community.

White privilege—which results in pushing BIPOC people to the margins—has become ingrained in many of our systems and policies in higher education. When we are critically conscious of whiteness and white privilege, we can start to question and dismantle it within our institutions, thereby preventing it from continuing to disenfranchise people of color.


Allyship in Higher Education

Elevate voices and perspectives of historically marginalized people by becoming an ally.

Allyship is an opportunity to elevate the voices and perspectives of historically marginalized people to level power dynamics and ensure that their perspectives are heard and accounted for in every interaction. If you’re interested in learning more about what allyship is and how it can benefit your organization, this video course is a great place to get started.


How It Works

For 5 days, you will get daily emails Monday through Friday with bite-sized videos, activities, and assessments that you can complete in 20 minutes or less each day. If you complete all modules within 5 days, you will have the chance to request a certificate. New cohorts start every Monday.

Integrate professional development into your daily routine and establish a solid understanding of advanced DEI concepts in your work.

MEMBERS - Sign up and get a certificate!

Submit your information to enroll into our 5-day advanced Diversity, Equity & Inclusion program. You will get daily emails Monday through Friday with bite-sized videos, activities, and assessments that you can complete in 20 minutes or less each day. If you finish the curriculum within 5 days, you will have the chance to request a certificate of completion.

Before You Start


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Week 1

Day 1

13 minutes

Introduction to Race and Privilege

Welcome & Introduction

Defining Race

Historical Context

Defining White Privilege

Day 2

6 minutes

White Privilege in Higher Education

The Impact of White Privilege in Higher Education


White Fragility

Day 3

20 minutes

Raising Awareness and Taking Action

Raise Awareness and Be an Active Bystander

Complete one or more:
Recognize Institutionalized White Privilege

Complete one or more:
Continue Your Personal Learning and Growth

Complete one or more:
Closing Remarks

Completed our White Privilege and Allyship program?

Email membership@academicimpressions.com to request a certificate.

On-Demand Learning Opportunities

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Overcoming Social Justice Fatigue for Diversity and Inclusion Professionals

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Facilitating Culturally Inclusive Meetings

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Understanding and Addressing Microaggressions

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DEI Foundations:
Intersectionality in Higher Education

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Overcoming the Effects of White Privilege for More Equitable Search Processes

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Civil Dialogue as a Classroom Management Strategy

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Building Inclusive Pedagogy Online

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Addressing Food Insecurity in Higher Education: Creating an Integrated & Sustainable Food Pantry

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Creating Intentional Programming to Support the Success of Men of Color

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Leading Through Bias Incidents on Campus

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