SURJ Racial Literacy Workshop

What are ways that white people can work to break white silence? What are the racial competencies we can cultivate to engage more meaningfully with our friends, family and co-workers about race, racism and racial identity?

Through role-playing, conversation and practice, this workshop will help white people develop and activate the racial literacy skills needed to build our systemic awareness, recognize and interrupt the racism we see in our everyday lives, and call in more white people to be part of a multi-racial movement for justice.

WHEN
February 28, 2016 at 1pm - 4pm
WHERE
Oakstop
1721 Broadway # 201
# 201
Oakland, CA 94612
United States
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CONTACT
Felicia Gustin ·
TICKETS
$10.00 USD · Purchase tickets

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