This workshop is designed to help white people examine the racial barriers that separate us from other racial groups and individuals, barriers that interfere with truly bonding with that divine spark in everyone. The intended purpose is to increase the potential of creating deep, honest, and meaningful relationships.
How would the world look in 50 years with true racial and environmental justice?
How can a community be safe for ALL neighbors, friends, and visitors, especially in the context of the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman experience or other examples of a person of color being killed in situations in which if they were white, the killing probably would not have occurred?
This workshop’s goal is to help people access their inherent brilliance and experience to use this toolkit to transform ourselves and our institutional policies and systems that perpetuate structural racism and oppression.