Eradicating Racism: A Path Forward is a series of four two-hour Zoom sessions with the goal of assisting individuals to eradicate racism.
Join us Thursday, October 21st at 7pm Eastern Time (US) for our first of four two-hour Zoom learning sessions.
About The Series
Many of us are thinking about how to build on the anti-racism energy spurred by the murder of George Floyd. We are exploring ways to bring about lasting change in ourselves, others and in all American institutions. If you share these concerns, you are invited to…
Eradicating Racism: A Path Forward
Eradicating Racism: A Path Forward is a series of four two-hour Zoom sessions with the goal of assisting individuals to eradicate racism in their community through creating safe, healing learning environments to understand the complexity of racism and develop implementable strategies to address/repair the harm it has caused.
These sessions include pre-work (watching a video), brief presentations by experts, and ample time to explore these complex issues in small groups, designed to foster safe and open discussion. The learning sessions will be held from 7pm to 9pm Eastern Time (US) via Zoom and are free of cost.
We ask participants to commit to all four sessions:
Session 1, Thursday, October 21st: The Complexity of Systemic Racism
Session 2, Thursday, October 28th: The Notion of White Privilege
Session 3, Thursday, November 4th: The Personal Impact of Racism
Session 4, Thursday, November 11th: Finding Your Voice
Registration closes Wednesday, October 20th at 7pm Eastern Time (US). For questions or feedback, contact the Dock C. Bracy Center for Human Reconciliation.
About the Dock C. Bracy Center for Human Reconciliation
The Dock C. Bracy Center is committed to human reconciliation and the eradication of racism and other forms of human oppression. Our work focuses on
healing the internal emotional and cognitive harms that have allowed racism to continue to thrive in our society. We support the efforts of many other groups and individuals by providing opportunities for learning and self-reflection so that strategies to eradicate racism can become more successful. For more information, please visit: https://www.dcbcenter.org.