The Interrupting Privilege program brings together students and community members from across Seattle for intergenerational conversations about race, racism and its intersections. While most discussions of inequality focus on violence, disproportionality, and discrimination, we further the discussion by tackling how privilege intersects with race, gender, sexuality, and citizenship status.

Recording oral histories that address race is central to our work. In partnership with numerous communities, we record and magnify these oral histories through Radical Listening Sessions.