Conversations about racism can feel tough, and you could be hurting people (including yourself) without knowing it.
...even if you have the best intentions!
You can sign up now for October 27th-29th. We meet each day from 12:30-3:30pm EDT.
Absolutely! We wake up every day in a racist society where we are taught to devalue or fear our cultures. People of color also need to regularly clear out the biases against ourselves and other people of color.
We offer customized trainings for people of European descent and People of Color. We spend time together in multiracial groups and in racial affinity spaces. This allows Black and Indigenous people of color to take a breather from White dominance. It also allows European-Americans to ask questions and reflect without harming people of color.
Consider the cost of not taking action. When you don't address racial bias, it interferes with your relationships and can cause conflicts, unnecessary heartache at work, and in your organization. What's it costing you in stress and lost energy to walk around on egg shells?
Yes! We show you how to shift your environment at home and at work. You will learn concrete steps to re-condition your subconscious towards justice and connection.
Yes! If you are willing to find out how color blindness harms people of color, you can adopt a justice lens that promotes equity and connection.
Yes, if you'd like to experience our heart based approach. We make self-love and compassion practices central to our work for racial justice.
You'll learn practices that you can take with you in your own work and development.
Also, most of us are also always engulfed in white supremacy culture in North America. It's a good practice as facilitators to put ourselves in trainings that help us to examine ourselves and challenge us to take the next right action for us.
You will also get a chance to "peep our game." Maybe you'll want to be a Racial Justice from Heart Facilitator. If you decide later to enroll in our Training for Trainers program, you will already have completed one of the requirements.