U.S. society, culture, and institutions were founded on racism and white supremacy. Today very little has changed as we continue to see the massive amount of systemic inequities, mass incarceration, health disparities, and the individual lives of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) lost on a daily basis. Addressing these facts and the complex layers of racial oppression can be difficult for white people to understand due to the race privilege, lack of education and understanding, and on-going advantages built into our systems and culture. This session will explore contemporary dynamics that perpetuate racism and white supremacy, including dominant group patterns and multiple modalities of racial harm. Participants will learn how to actively address and interrupt racism and white supremacy at individual, institutional, and community levels.