The pop-quiz is comprised of questions that help set a context for discussing this thing called White privilege and serves to help people understand what it means to possess it. The quiz is meant to dispel any mystery or skepticism about the existence of privilege for those who have never given it much, if any, thought. After all, the number one privilege of whiteness is to not have to think about it, therein denying its existence.
Each chapter begins with a multiple-choice question meant to reveal, inform and inspire more questions about whiteness and the system invented to promote whiteness than you have ever entertained before. The hope is that perhaps the quiz will point you in a new direction ---to think more deeply and behave more consciously.
filmmaker. speaker. writer.
Molly’s film career began unexpectedly in the mid 90’s while teaching life-skills to incarcerated youth in a Nashville juvenile prison. Molly discovered youth behind bars craved an identity that extended beyond the crimes they had committed. Partnering with Oasis Center Inc, George Soros Open Society Inst. & Nashville Independent Film festival, Secours founded a program called Youth Voice Through Video wherein at-risk youth were encouraged to write narratives of lives defying limitation. Molly’s efforts with youth led to advocacy pieces on healthcare, the death penalty, education, PSA’s, music videos and eventually feature documentaries.
With a clear voice and a loaded camera, she inspires storytelling in everyone she meets.
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