Race and Racism: From Awareness to Action Workshop

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Saturday, May 5, 2018
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Location
UUCLB, Wylder Hall


Join us for an intensive one-day workshop entitled Race and Racism: From Awareness to Action. The facilitator is Celia Young, a UU and Tapestry congregation member. Ms. Young specializes in challenging workshops that move us to shed our preconceptions and change the culture of our congregations, and ultimately our society.

Attendance is limited to 24 spaces, and they are going fast! There is a $30 registration fee, but we can arrange discounts for those unable to pay. Free childcare is provided. When registering, please let us know your childcare needs.

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Questions? Contact Jan at seymourford (at) gmail.com or come to the Social Justice table after services.

Race and Racism: From Awareness to Action

This one-day intensive workshop aims to
– Explore the subtler forms of bias held by “nice” people
– Find a safe place to explore white privilege and institutional racism
– Build the skills necessary to have productive dialogue on race-related issues
– Experience self-discovery
– Learn ways to begin to make change happen

Doors open at 8:30 for coffee & bagels. The Workshop will start promptly at 9:00 am.
$30 registration fee includes lunch

Workshop presenter Celia Young

Ms. Young was born in China and raised in Taiwan.

Drawing on her educational and career experience on both sides of the Pacific Rim, she has a unique ability to draw strength and wisdom from multiple worldviews. Her life’s work is to bring others to this insight, strength, and commitment.

Ms. Young has been in the business of facilitating diversity and organizational culture change for over 30 years. She develops courageous and socially conscious leaders.

Ms. Young is a faculty member for Pepperdine University School of Business. She holds a BA in Business Administration, an MBA in Marketing, and an MA in Counseling psychology.

Testimonials from past participants:

“Even as a life-long liberal, I learned a great deal about privilege and systemic racism and how they impact people of color on a daily basis. I got to see and understand how everything we say and do can unknowingly hurt others. It has shown me how we need to overcome our fears, and engage the world more fully, acting out of love and understanding… everyone, however enlightened they think they are, could benefit from this workshop.”

“You will be blown away by the subconscious messages we all keep in our heads… it is a life-changing experience and I recommend that you sign up for it as soon as possible.”