The model of Recovery from White Conditioning was developed in 2015 as a derivative work, based on the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, with guidance from BIPOC consultants. It was designed to support and challenge white people to accept our responsibility for dismantling white supremacy, as it lives in us and around us.

As Toni Cade Bambara expressed: “Revolution begins with the self, in the self. We’d better take the time to fashion revolutionary selves, revolutionary lives, revolutionary relationships.” And as Dwayne Reed recently asserted: “White supremacy won’t die until White people see it as a White issue they need to solve rather than a Black issue they need to empathize with.”

Join us as we look within…to transform violent legacies of whiteness into healthy, loving, white anti-racist community and action. We are so glad you’re here.

If you’re interested in purchasing a first edition text of Recovery from White Conditioning, you may do so at the link below. (All proceeds will go to BIPOC-led organizations fighting for racial justice.)

A free PDF version of the book is also available for download in the meeting materials section of the website.