2000+ institutions are using this unique resource:

  • A critical mass of honest & powerful stories from 24 leaders in the equity movement including Amer Ahmed, Joy DeGruy, Tim Wise & Peggy McIntosh. Beautifully interwoven with spoken word, art and theater.
  • Clear, accessible framing
  • Designed to be shown in segments
  • New from Shakti Butler, PhD acclaimed director of Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible and The Way Home: Women Talk About Race in America.

Educators see Cracking the Codes as a break-through tool:

face shot"An important tool for advancing a difficult dialogue."
- Dennis H. Holtschneider, President, DePaul University

face shot"We are using Cracking the Codes for faculty, staff and student training. Requests for additional sessions keep on coming."
- Sonia BasSheva Manjon, Chief Diversity Officer, Wesleyan University

face shot"An essential resource -- a material contribution to the struggle for justice."
- Richard Ayers, Professor of Education, University of San Francisco, Board, National Association for Multicultural Education

face shot"WOW! I have been working on these issues all my life, and this is the single best piece I have ever come across. I have never seen anything so clear, so deep and so right on. This is beautiful, so powerful."
- Jack Guillebeaux, Lead Trainer & Former Deputy Director, FOCAL

face shot"Deeply affecting...Everyone has something to learn from this film."
- Allison Kemmich, Executive Director, National Women's Studies Association

face shot"This unconventional film project challenges us to build a world that works for everyone."
- Van Jones, Co-Founder, Rebuild the Dream

face shot"...the most dignified and evidenced response possible to the blithe assertion that we now live in a "post-racial" America."
- YES Magazine