This clip of author and professor, Joy DeGruy is from Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity. In it she shares how her sister-in-law’s usage of privilege puts an end to an uncomfortable trip to the grocery store. Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity reveals how racial inequity in the U.S. is driven by a system in which personal bias, internalized privilege/oppression and identity play out externally in interpersonal encounters, institutions, policy and law. The film designed for dialogue. It works to interrupt the self-perpetuating system of inequity at both the internal and external levels by using a head and heart approach to racial equity and healing education. Joy DeGruy affirms this approach saying, “To me, there is no separation between the head and the heart. Racism, social injustice, inequity—all of these things cannot be solved by policy alone. We can fix the structures in place, but if we don’t look inside ourselves and change our hearts then we’re just putting a band aid on the problem, we’re not really changing the way we think or feel.” Be a part of the conversation and pre-order the film for a discounted rate before our September release!