Anti-Racism 101: Removing Blind Spots, Building Bridges

In this 3-hour workshop, we will lay the foundation to: *Develop clear definitions of race, oppression and privilege. *Interrupt the pervasive and unseen operations of privilege. *Increase capacity to create interactions that build bridges of trust. *Develop a framework to understand cultural appropriation. *See how a "color-blind" approach while well-intentioned both reads as a time-bomb of hurtful, unexamined entitlement and continues to yield unequal results. * Cultivating a culture that is safe, inclusive, and supportive for diversity to thrive * Learn tools, practices, and principals of alliance. Ray and Michael share Common Vision's Anti-Racism 101 training designed to give white folks the basic understanding and tools they need to create a…

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Ray Stubblefield-Tave

Ray Stubblefield-Tave is the Program Director of Common Vision. As a biracial woman and the daughter of a Cultural Competency Counselor, she has been having conversations around the subject of race her entire life, and has been leading trainings formally over the last year. As a queer woman of color, she seeks to lead conversations on the many intersections of race, class, gender and sexuality (as well as many other factors). She holds a degree in Communications from Northwestern University. 2017 Workshop:Anti-Racism 101: Removing Blindspots, Building Bridges

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