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The White Privilege Conference (WPC)

Proven. Experienced. Action-Orientated.

Join us in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the 25th WPC on April 3-6, 2024! Open to everyone, the conference brings together high school and college students, K-12 teachers, university faculty, social workers, counselors, non-profit staff, activists, healthcare workers, and members of spiritual, community, and corporate arenas.


With such diverse perspectives, WPC provides an opportunity for participants to discuss how white privilege, white supremacy, and oppression affect daily life, while giving strategies to address issues of privilege and oppression, and advance social and economic justice. We would love to have you be part of the WPC community.

In need of continuing education hours? Learn more about CE documentation here.

Want to review the #WPC25Tulsa program? Click here.

Thank you to all the volunteers, presenters, participants, and exhibitors for making WPC25 so impactful!



Author, playwright, & international public speaker


Creator of Emotional Justice,

a racial healing roadmap

& framework


Glenn Singleton

Author, thought leader,
& strategist

Creator of of Courageous Conversation® &
Beyond Diversity™

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Wilson Pipestem

Founding partner of Pipestem & Nagleand;

Founder of Ietan Consulting

Speaks about the developments in federal law and policy; protector of American Indian and tribal government rights

jessica Care moore

Care moore

Renowned poet, playwright, performance artist, & producer

Founder and CEO of Moore Black Press, executive producer of Black WOMEN Rock!, & founder of the literacy-driven, Jess Care Moore Foundation

Friday Luncheon Speaker

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Monique Clark

Dynamic passionate leader

Talks about CODA, accessibility,

disability inclusion, & DEI


PLU's Continuing Education

Pacific Lutheran University (PLU), located in Tacoma, Washington, is a NWCCU accredited university. PLU's Continuing Education (PLU-CE) department recognizes up to 15 continuing education hours for educators and licensed mental health clinicians attending the #WPC25TULSA event.


The CE hours have not been pre-approved by any licensing office. Attendees who are licensed educators, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, psychologists and licensed professional clinical counselors (LCSW, MFT, PsyD, LPCC) and their respective intern trainees should check in advance if the event and CE hours meet the specific needs of their state licensing/professional organization in their specific state. For mental health providers, the CE hours are LCSW-supervised and a certificate will be provided upon completion of both attendance and a brief one-page write-up integrating WPC content into your clinical practice. 

To receive the CE hours from PLU, you will have to document attendance at workshops and keynote presentations. These attendance sheets will be made available on site at registration. There is no charge for the CE hours for this event.

Can I Earn Credit from Attending the #WPC?

Undergraduate and graduate credit is available for participation in #WPC25Tulsa.

The Matrix Center for the Advancement of Social Equity and Inclusion at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs offers a course built around the conference. The course can also count towards the four course Graduate Certificate in Diversity, Social Justice and Inclusion. All credits are transferable. 

Contact Professor Abby Ferber at and visit here for details.


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