10 2020

Looking Within to See Our Neighbors

7:00PM - 8:30PM  

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Privilege and oppression are more than trending words, but at the core of our identities. Each of us has ways in which we experience both of these identities, waxing and waning as a moment dictates. This is all happening within all of us, often without our awareness. As a result, we all engage the world with the varying identities, sometimes at our best, and sometimes at our worst.

In this conversation and experience, you will have the opportunity to look at your own identities as a tool for understanding people often perceived as “the other.” You will be introduced to The ADDRESSING Model, and explore your unique intersectional identity, for ways to find empathy and empowerment for yourself and others. This 90-minute session will allow you to explore the concept of being an ally by leveraging your resources and privilege for problem solving and supporting others.   

Presented by Burgandy Holiday, LCSW, Anti-Racism Educator and Therapist

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