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.

Leaders in Education, Healthcare, Faith and more see Cracking the Codes as a break-through tool:

Excellent! This tool will aid our campuses in advancing the conversation.
- Greg Roberts, Executive Director, American College Personnel Assoc.

“We use a clip from Cracking the Codes in our trainings at Gundersen Health. It helps everyone — from new hires to leadership — talk about what inclusion means and the importance of advocating for other people.”
- Ann Ostergren Wales, SPHR, Human Resources, Employee and Labor Relations, Gundersen Health System, WI

Cracking the Codes sheds light on a topic that should be at the core of 21st century learning. Student success is directly linked to cultural competency, and this film is a great educational tool for K-12 parents, teachers and administrators alike.
- Matthew Balano, Director of Equity & Inclusion, St. Ignatius College Preparatory

“It is tools like Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity that help us to fulfill our mission, for we must examine the systems that prevent equitable health care.”
- Alex Briscoe, Director of Health Care Services Agency, Alameda County, CA

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

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

"To open the conversation about race was huge and many want to continue. This film is doing such good work in the world, even in my small community!”
- Peggi Erickson, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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