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PowerPoint Presentation: This Facilitator’s Guide refers to and will support you in using the PowerPoint presentation that accompanies this Racial Equity Learning module.
Handouts referenced in the directions can be found at the end of the Facilitator’s Guide.

Racial Equity Learning Modules: Power Analysis - Volume 3.3

  • Critically explore the meaning of power and how it is implemented.
  • Learn how to conduct a power analysis.
  • Practice how to dismantle power for the purpose of creating more equity..
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The Praxis Project has contributed the core lesson for this module plan. It is designed for
community members, non-profit organizations, social activists, or those who are interested in, or
already engaged in, critical thinking related to supporting social justice movements. A Power
Analysis uncovers and makes known the policies and practices that perpetuate oppression
within our structures and systems. These injustices can be based on, but are not limited to,
race, gender, class, and economic disparity.
The module is divided into sections that are ideally implemented in sequential order, with the
Community Building first, the main lesson plan in the middle, and ending with artistic exploration
or case studies and next steps.

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Who Should Use These Materials

Educators & Trainers
Racial Equity Learning Modules are ideal for those who are interested in engaging others in issues of diversity & inclusion, and particularly in exploring and understanding structural racism. These groups might include adult learners in a variety of sectors:

  • Higher education – professors, administrators, and students
  • Government – local, state and federal employees
  • Healthcare providers and administrators
  • Faith-based leaders and their communities
  • K – 12 school communities – parents, teachers, staff and high school students
  • Philanthropy
  • Nonprofit organizations including community-based service and cultural workers.