Introduction to Implicit Racial Bias

and What You Can Do to Stop It

April 15 or 16, 2021

$497 USD
Pay What You Can
($97 Minimum)

We See You.

Do you:

  • Live in fear of saying the wrong thing or hurting someone?
  • Walk on egg shells?
  • Live in white bubble and want more people of color in your life?
  • Know that all people are equal but feel powerless by all the injustices in the news and on social media?
  • Avoid speaking up because feel you don’t know enough?
  • Know you made a racial mistake, but you don’t know what to do about it?

This workshop is where you need to be.

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Why I Created This Workshop

Let me tell you a little bit about myself, and my work.

I started Racial Justice from the Heart after I got an email from my teenaged son where he told me had the shakes, crying spells, and lots of frustration from high profile killing of Black men and boys. 

He felt like his life didn’t matter and there was nothing he could do about it. 

I was crying in a public space while reading that email.  Right then I committed to giving people the tools to wake up to racism, especially when its hidden and unintended racism.

Implicit Racial Bias - and What You Can Do to Stop It is a stepping stone for you to join me in this true labor of love.

Together we can change the world.

This workshop is not usually open to individuals. I’m making it available to you today - at a special rate of Pay What You Can ($97 Minimum). Spots are limited - so don’t miss out!

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Kristen Mun

Kristen Mun

Theatrical Cultural Consultant, Stage Manager, and Fight Choreographer 

“Everything you have taught me I have been using every day. I have helped several of my colleagues already, whether it is talking them through Feel Flow or advising them on how to have conversations about racism. I am so so so appreciative for you taking me on as an apprentice… I feel stronger and more confident.”

Learning Outcomes

Most institutions in the U.S. reflect centuries of bias and racial trauma. Racial injustice and inequalities are prevalent and need to be stopped.

Before we can create healthy relationships across the color line, attract and retain racial diversity, or be effective advocates for change in our institutions we need to increase self-awareness.

This training is one step that will help you avoid needless harm and to actively take the right steps to create a society that works for all of us.

To do that, we need you.

In this workshop you will:

Acquire Basic Concepts

Define implicit racial bias, a white frame of reference, institutional racism, and interpersonal racism.

Gain Insight

Understand the limits of color blindness as a strategy to overcome racial inequities.

Get Actionable Strategies

Learn five steps that you can take to reduce implicit racial bias.

$497 USD
Pay What You Can
($97 Minimum)

Register Today
The first 10 people get a free download of my Say the Wrong Thing audiobook.

David Ethridge

David Ethridge

Lawyer and Quaker

“I came away with a new approach that I have used with good results in my antiracism work - even though I had already been doing that work for 15 years.”

We Honor His Legacy

 The dates of this session fall only a few days after the 53rd anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This workshop is one way we honor his legacy.

In his last book, Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? Dr. King didn’t mince words on the state of racial relations and what needed to be done to fight for justice. What he said then is deeply applicable to our society today:

 “I wept for my children and all black children who have been denied a knowledge of their heritage; I wept for all white children, who, through daily miseducation, are taught that the Negro is an irrelevant entity in American society; I wept for all the white parents and teachers who are forced to overlook the fact that the wealth of cultural and technological progress in America is a result of the commonwealth of inpouring contributions.

Whites, it must frankly be said, are not putting in a similar mass effort to re-educate themselves out of their racial ignorance. It is an aspect of their sense of superiority that the white people of America believe they have so little to learn.”

Right now - this very moment - is a perfect time to take a bold step of faith and commitment in doing your part to advance Dr. King’s legacy and dream.

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Summer Jasmine Lall

Summer Jasmine Lall

Music Therapist

“What really impacted me was how it was emphasized that racial bias hurts EVERYONE. The fact that white people can go their whole lives without a diverse range of mentors and guides and not realize how tragic that is… I finally have a direction and a plan for how I can contribute to positive change in the difficult and sensitive area of race relations.”

This workshop will benefit you... you work to be a light and love to your community.

  • Have more authentic relationships with people from different cultures
  • Take control of your mind so that you don’t act on biases
  • Get tools to educate yourself and others in your community
  • Meet other people who are on the journey
  • Experience what it feels like to do racial justice from the heart and the spirit as well as the the mind
Pay What You Can

Register Today
The first 10 people get a free download of my Say the Wrong Thing audiobook.

Melanie Bove

Melanie Bove

“Your wisdom provided for me a dialogue that is missing in conversations about racism and race. The information you presented and the content you provided was valuable, interesting, well-presented, and ATTAINABLE! You gave us practical and brilliant ideas to assist in our own development and to engage in meaningful and transformative conversations between women.”

5 Steps to Stop Racial Bias

At this workshop you will learn five actionable steps to fight implicit racial bias:

  1.  See it -- Cultivate Awareness of your implicit bias.

  2.  Remove it -- Remove audio and visual cues that trigger negative stereotypes.

  3.  Add it -- Add audio and visual cues that trigger positive associations.

  4.  Go towards it -- Go respectfully towards demographics that you fear.

  5.  Break the silence -- Share about implicit racial bias with someone.

We use the work of Jerry Kang, Harvard’s Implicit Association Test, Robin DiAngelo, Toni Morrison, and other experts - as well as myself, Dr. Amanda Kemp.

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A Little More About Me

As a Racial Justice & Mindfulness Mentor, I help leaders who are ready to be effective and have a strong voice for racial justice and equity.

I earned a BA at Stanford University and a PhD from Northwestern University. I am the author of Say the Wrong Thing: Stories and Strategies for Racial Justice and Authentic Community and the Amazon best-seller  Stop Being Afraid: 5 Steps to Transform Your Conversations About Racism. I’m also a Visiting Scholar at Franklin and Marshall College and the winner of the 2018 Advoz Dignity in Dialogue Award.

I’ve worked with executive teams, CEO’s, church leaders, Jewish influencers, and community organizers.  Our training has been used at seminaries, colleges and universities, retirement communities, and advocacy organizations. 

And now - I want to work with you.  Because there can be no systems change without the people inside of them changing.

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S. Walters

S. Walters

“I always feel a very strong connection to you - your story, your methods, your messages… I have a multi-ethnic family (black ex-husband, multi ethnic daughter, hispanic son trans-racially adopted through foster care). I have been on this journey for a long time and have been struggling with everything that has been happening in the world lately - for so many reasons, but particularly as I help my children process it all. Your messages speak to me and have helped me tremendously. Thank you for your work and for coming into my life at just the moment I needed your message.”

What is Racial Justice from the Heart?

We are an education and consulting company helping individuals and organizations create racial equity and profound human connection.

What makes us unique is, we integrate self-compassion and emotional resilience with all our work on racial equity. People transform when their bodies, minds, spirits, and hearts are tended to and aligned.

This workshop, Introduction to Implicit Racial Bias - and What You Can Do to Stop It, is not usually open to individual enrollment.

We don’t know when we will offer this again - especially at Pay What You Can pricing.

We want this door to be open to you. We invite you - you personally - to join us, to learn, to share, to grow. This is a safe space for you to do all of those things.

Space is limited, and this workshop will sell out.

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“I just wanted to thank you all for probably the most incredible training I have ever participated in. The honesty and transparency was very meaningful and promoted an educational experience for me which was life changing. I will carry this experience with me for the rest of my life. I am forever changed and hope to be able to change the world I live in to be more equitable and inclusive.”

Register Now

At Racial Justice from the Heart, we tend to the mind, body, spirit. We know that information needs wisdom, and justice needs compassion. 

This is your personal invitation to join us in this work!

Lend your voice to change, to love, to a better world.

Choose the date that works for you:

April 15: 9am-11am Pacific/12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern

April 16: 9am-11am Pacific/12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern

$497 USD
Pay What You Can
($97 Minimum)

Register Today
The first 10 people get a free download of my Say the Wrong Thing audiobook.