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Thursday, June 27, 2024, 7-8:30pm ET

Dear White Woman, Please Come Home

Have you found cross-racial friendships difficult to nurture? While diving into Kimberlee Yolanda Williams' book, Dear White Woman, Please Come Home, together we will explore how to racially diversify our friend groups, how to show up for and with colleagues in ways that disrupt historic patterns, and how to intentionally and thoughtfully be in community with one another. Kimberlee is a dynamic presenter who helps participants move from their unconscious bias towards cross-racial understanding and solidarity. 

Whether you’re a white woman or a woman of color, do you wonder if a genuine bond and connection across the white/women of color racial divide is even possible? Come hear how Kimberlee is learning to dig into this work in surprisingly vulnerable and creative ways. This workshop is open to everyone, inclusive of all races and genders, to explore the power of cross-racial relationships and solidarity.

Presentation followed by Q&A.


Kimberlee is first and foremost a humanist, a deep believer in what is possible when humanity is centered. Her mix of authenticity and raw truth gives permission for those around her to choose progress over perfection and bring their full selves into the room. She is known for finding humor and challenge at just the right moments, and like the best of coaches, leaning in and pushing audiences just enough to believe in the potential she sees. Her approach of connection and compassion is what makes a consultation feel like a conversation with your best friend, a workshop feel like a workout with your favorite trainer, and her presentations feel like a present from your closest confidant. 

Kimberlee received a B.A. in Foreign Language Education from the University of Maryland, as well as an M.S. in education from Dominican University. She currently lives in Seattle with her partner where they refuel by being in community (with other folks of color), reading and reading some more, and relaxing near any body of water. In addition to all of the above, Kimberlee is a daughter, a granddaughter, a sister, a cousin, an aunt, a niece, a dancer, an avid learner of languages (five to date), a free spirit, an empath, and now a writer.

In addition to being an award-winning author, she is also the DEI manager for Kitsap County in Washington state. Please join us in welcoming the one and only Kimberlee Williams. 

About the Anti-Racist Community Network (ARCN)

We are building a pathway to the emerging anti-racist, multiracial society…

The ARCN is a multiracial, anti-racist online community working to achieve racial justice and end white supremacy through activism and organizing. Our members want to be actively networking against racism and white supremacy. Through education and activism, we are working together for real and lasting societal change.

The Anti-Racist Community Network is owned and operated by the Center for the Study of White American Culture, Inc. Founded in 1995, we are known in anti-racist circles. Our operating philosophy for ARCN is to create a big tent. If you are comfortable working under our explicit expectation that you support racial justice and building anti-racist multiracial community, then you are welcome and we invite you to come.

Member Policy

Black, Indigenous, and People of Color may join the ARCN with a complimentary equity membership.

White people who cannot afford the cost to join may apply for a scholarship. White people with the means to pay are asked to do so, and we also welcome People of Color who would like to support us in addition to your presence by enrolling in a paid membership plan.

The subscription plan with an annual plan is in place and you can sign up now.