RACIAL HEALING CIRCLES
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Racial healing has been described as a process of healing from the cumulative effects of racism --individual and societal-- most likely caused by miseducation, separation, and disunity.
Peace circles are a different way of talking about race/ism that is relational, preventative, and proactive.
Join our monthly online racial healing membership for individuals, parents, educators and communities to unlearn, understand, relearn and reclaim their ROOTS our Humanity and our sanity!
11:30 am to 1:30 pm PST
IDENTITY EDUCATION SERIES
District Pricing Inquire Within
WHO ARE YOU?
Become aware, develop and appreciate our unique individual identities.
Become aware and appreciate our diverse cultural, racial and ethnic identities while celebrating our similarities and humanity.
Acknowledge that unconscious bias lives in all of us. Connect to and affirm the Humanity in all of us.
Let's prepare for
the Hard Work - of Heart Work
Full 6 Week Series includes 40 slides of guided instructional videos with personal stories, activities and links to resources along with email access and invitations to healing circles.
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The quality of the teacher/student daily learning experiences is at the heart of all we do. Centering Black and Brown student voices and experiences along with our most vulnerable and invisible populations is our focus. EVERY child is visible, validated, and valued! Strategizing around how this will happen is our work, and we can't settle for less.
HOW DID I GET HERE? DIGITAL COURSE
A digital course for individuals, parents, families and communities to unlearn the lies we have been taught about race.
Are you ready to build a more inclusive home?
BECAUSE once you know this information you will finally build a home that is inclusive and safe.
Instructor Fernell Miller
- YOU ARE HERE -
A Field Guide for
The Discovery of and Reclaiming your Roots.
Are you a little lost in the reality and abyss of the racial education you are lacking?
Are you wondering why you have a top of the line education but have a gaping hole
when it comes to talking about race, racism, and institutional racism?
Are you also thinking, when am I going to have time to learn about, as well as become
active in advocating for racial justice?
Are you unsure of what to do as you become more aware of racial injustice and inequities?
Does the process of how to unlearn and relearn history through an equity lens
while checking your bias every day seems a little daunting?
And who do you seek out for help and support?
If you had these burning questions with the big question finally being - where do I begin?
Perfect! Because that means -
YOU ARE HERE!