Current Role: Artist &Co-Founder of Black lives matters
Location:  Los Angeles, USA
Area of expertise: Advocacy | Writing | Research | Social justice
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Robin DiAngelo

Robin DiAngelo is a prominent scholar, educator, and author known for her expertise in critical race theory and whiteness studies. Holding a Ph.D. in Multicultural Education from the University of Washington, Robin’s academic background has informed her groundbreaking research and writing on white privilege and racial equity.

As the author of “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism,” Robin has sparked important conversations about the defensive responses and discomfort often evoked in discussions of race and racism. Her book has become a bestseller and a widely acclaimed resource for individuals and organizations seeking to understand and dismantle systemic racism.

In addition to her writing, Robin is a sought-after speaker and facilitator, leading workshops and trainings on topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. She has worked with a wide range of organizations, including corporations, schools, and government agencies, to help them address issues of racial bias and create more inclusive environments.

Robin’s expertise and contributions to the field of racial justice have earned her widespread recognition and accolades. She has been named one of Forbes’ “50 Women Who Are Changing the World” and received the American Sociological Association’s Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship Award.

Through her scholarship, teaching, and advocacy work, Robin DiAngelo continues to challenge individuals and institutions to confront their complicity in maintaining systems of oppression and to engage in meaningful dialogue and action towards racial justice. Her dedication to advancing racial equity and her commitment to fostering dialogue and understanding make her a transformative leader in the movement for social change.