Interrupting Racism for Everyday Living Actionshop - June, 2013
This interactive actionshop will explore what we can do when racism arises in our everyday lives - at the grocery store, at a family gathering, in our neighborhood or workplace. Come ready to learn three tools for interrupting racism and practice-practice-practice!
Coffee, Tea and light snacks will be provided.
For accessibility information please contact us.
What past participants say
- "Interactive throughout, kept people engaged and responding"
- "Excellent Energy! Thanks for your honesty and real life examples.
- "This made me stop and look at myself."
- "Thank you for your openness and very positive energy! This was probably the most useful training I’ve ever been to. Thank you!"
- It was great to be able to have time to act out scenarios where we can act and interrupt to challenge racism together.
Dates, Location & Accessibility
Training dates: Saturday, June 22, 8:30am-12:30pm
Location: Resolutions Northwest (1827 NE 44th Avenue, Suite 300, Portland, Oregon 97213). We have free parking for cars and bikes, and we're close to transit.
Accessibility: We want each participant to be fully included. Please contact us with any questions or requests for how we could support you in participating fully, such as providing large-print materials, sending written materials in advance, discussing/modifying the room set-up, etc.
The fee for this workshop is $100. We ask you to pay what you are able.
Space is limited. Register now! Please note your space will not be confirmed untilwe receive your payment.
A 100% refund is available up to 14 days before the training, minus a $25 administrative fee. For more details on our refund policy, click here.
Daniel Garcia, Teri Pierson and Cassaundra Adams Murphy
5035 NE Sandy Blvd.
Portland, OR 97213
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