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This series will reconvene in 2023

Check back soon for registration details and updates

BIPOC Surviving Predominantly White Institutions

A series created by Black, Indigenous, People of Color for Black, Indigenous, People of Color who survived and are surviving Predominantly White Institutions. 

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Stay tuned for Series 4 updates!

About the Program

Originally launched in the summer of 2020, the Black, Indigenous, People of Color Surviving Predominantly White Institution Series is a multi-part webinar designed to share strategies for interfacing with white leadership; what to do when sh*t goes down; how to navigate white women and their tears; how to cultivate BIPOC solidarity; and how to know when it’s time to go.


This space is for individuals who identify as People of Color, BIPOC, AAPI, MENASA, ALAANA, SWANA, Black/African American, Indigenous/Native, Latinx/Latine, or People of the Global Majority. If you identify as white, we invite you to explore other training opportunities on our website.  

Check back soon for updates on our Program Facilitators and Program Partners for our 2023 sessions. Our 2022 sessions included content from the artEquity staff, alumni, and program partners: Nissy Aya, Octavia Chavez-Richmond, Ty Defoe, Aaluk Edwardson, Patricia Garza, Elisa Harkins, Cloteal Horne, Leslie Ishii, Ginger Klee, Meena Malik, Carmen Morgan, Dat Ngo, Nijeul Porter, Mauricio Salgado, Shaina Simmons, Lauren Turner, Kayla Votapek, and others. 


Since its creation in Summer 2020 the BIPOC Surviving PWIs Series has supported over 4,000 individuals. In our 2022 sessions this summer, participation spanned across the following regions:

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BIPOC RESOURCES: A collection of resources shared by artEquity staff, community, and BIPOC Surviving PWI series participants.

This series is created for the community at no cost to participants. Please consider donating to help sustain our free and subsidized programming. Thank you for your generous support of this powerful community of art, resistance, and love. 



August and September 2023 (dates to be announced soon)! Please check back on our website or subscribe to our newsletter for updates regarding registration.


Registration is free and recommended. Space is limited. Registration for the August and September 2023 sessions will open in August 2023. For additional inquiries, please contact us at


Live Captions and ASL interpretation will be provided for the  Forum Sessions. Live Captions will also be provided for the  Processing Sessions. For additional access support, please let us know at the time of registration.

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