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SEED Founder Advises Upcoming MTV Documentary on Race

SEED Founder Peggy McIntosh has been one of several advisors to MTV's upcoming documentary White People, which explores race, whiteness, and how young white people perceive their racial identity in an increasingly multiracial America. The film, part of MTV's ongoing "Look Different" anti-bias campaign, was directed by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and filmmaker Jose Antonio Vargas, and airs July 22.

White People follows Vargas across the country as he uncovers the stories of five young White people from varying backgrounds, as well as many more young people who participated in conversations at their local schools and community centers about race. SEED has long championed the use of stories to illuminate systems of oppression, and of using conversation as a first step towards action for change. We are pleased to be involved in this project, and look forward to the additional conversations it will spark.

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ReSEED 10 for Trained SEED Leaders: Apply Now for Spring!

We're happy to announce that ReSEED 10 will be April 24-26, 2020 in Seattle, Washington. For over 30 years, SEED’s theory of action has consisted of individual reflection and development, interpersonal communication and relationships, and systems analysis and change within communities, organizations, and institutions. With this model in mind, we have developed our ReSEED trainings for experienced SEED leaders as a chance to revisit, renew, recharge, and recommit to working for a more just world.

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SEED Leaders Reconnect and Recharge at ReSEED

Twelve SEED leaders gathered at the beginning of July for ReSEED — a three-day opportunity to revisit, renew, and recharge their SEED skills. During their time together at the Green Gulch Farm Zen Center in San Francisco, they worked on planning SEED seminar sessions for their local communities and modeled challenging situations they might encounter during SEED seminars.

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