Combating Racism: Partnerships, Coalitions and Reaching Across Lines of Difference

Zoom

Please note: This is a two-part series. Participants are expected to attend both the December 1st, 6:00-8:00 pm & December 2nd, 6:00-8:00 pm sessions. In this unique workshop, Dr. Love will reemphasize the critical component and necessity of deconstructing barriers that perpetuate systematic racism by illustrating the importance of developing dynamic, diverse and effective communal

Free

Unpacking the Man Box: Cross-Gender Dialogue About Masculinity and Movement Building

Zoom

Through personal reflection and cross-gender dialogue, we will examine the socialization of boys and men, discuss how masculinity affects all people regardless of gender, and explore the impact of gender on our work as activists. Together we will generate ideas for how to individually and collectively “unpack the man box” and dismantle patriarchy as we

Free

Shake it Off! A Movement Workshop for Tired Activists

Zoom

Tired of working around the clock for peace, justice, and social change? Weary from long meetings, long marches, long rallies, and short nights of sleep? You need to recharge! Join Miss Olivia for a time of movement, dance, gentle exercise, laughter, quiet, and renewal. Be prepared to let go of some inhibitions and fatigue. Come

Free

Guided by the Spirit: How Faith Motivates and Sustains Social Activism

Zoom

People of faith often report that their faith motivated them to become active in social movements for justice, equity, peace, and earth stewardship. Others say that it is their faith that sustains them as they engage in the hard work of standing up for the values of inclusion, equality, fairness, compassion, and generosity. In this

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Basic Principles of Improvisation for Activism

Zoom

Jazz musicians draw on some very specific approaches to creating original music while staying mindful of a barrage of sound around them. These approaches may also be helpful to our work in fostering needed change in rapidly shifting social, political, and economic environments. After listening to some masterful examples, we will then identify essential activities

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How Racism Hurts People of Color….And Everyone

Zoom

Carlie Tartakov and Paki Wieland have been learning from Indigenous Peoples to look deeply at the concept of "reconciliation," and the suggestion that we need "conciliation," since the question arises of whether we were ever in concert, in connection. In this workshop, we will examine the messages we have all learned about "differences" in the

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