Racism in America: What Is Mine to Do? A 1.5 Day Workshop
The answers to the question, "What Is Mine to Do?" lie in your story. Your personal, intimate story reveals what life has taught you about racism. Chart your narrative. Uncover beliefs, assumptions, and disappointed dreams. See where your story is pointing you today.
• Discern what is 'Mine to Do' to move toward race reconciliation
• Learn ways to start and stay in conversations on race
• How to respond when racism appears
• Design your personal timeline revealing when race mattered, positively and negatively, and its impact on your life
• When have you honored - and dis-honored - your values when considering race
• What is your relationship to race going forward
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
History lesson on racism. Debating current events. Convincing others of your point of view. Long presentations.
TOPICS WITH SOME SHARP EDGES
• Discover biases and assumptions that serve you, and those that don't
• How to manage shutting down, defensiveness, and certitude when talking about race (particularly for white participants)
HONORING CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING
• All are welcome
• Storytelling and witnessing generate empathy and conviction
"The powerful witnessing opened my eyes and changed my heart. Maybe we really can move the needle."
"I am so weary. But this experience revived my soul."
February 8-9, 2020:
Saturday, Feb 8, 12pm - 5pm
Sunday, Feb 9, 8:30am - 4:30pm
Free; donations gratefully accepted
Catherine Perry PCC, Founder Inward Bound Center for Nonprofit Leadership
firstname.lastname@example.org (404) 386-8434
COSPONSORED BY THE INWARD BOUND CENTER AND THE LMU CENTER FOR RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY
Since 2010 lnwardBound offers leadership programs so
nonprofits rank on the Best Places to Work lists. The vision has expanded to offer race reconciliation programs, accelerating alignment among communities.
Tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization.
Saturday, February 8 at 12:00pm to 5:00pm
University Hall, UNH 1857
1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045