Join us for the 2nd workshop in our Sing Out, Speak Up, Make Noise Series!
Speak Up: What does it mean to be Anti-Racist?
August 5th, 7-8pm
In this session, guided by incredible educator, Liza Talusan, we will examine the differences between passive racist, non-racist, and anti-racist as a way to build our toolkit of definitions. We will take a deep dive into exploring our own education — how we learned and what we learned — to identify gaps in our own knowledge construction and the impact of those gaps on our work today. We will work through identity development models as a guide for understanding our own roles in racism and anti-racism. Through this, we will learn pathways for having constructive conversations that lean into difficult topics.
Learn more about Liza here: http://www.lizatalusan.com/
This workshop is open to girls, women, and youth and adults with marginalized gender identities, ages 8-108!
SLIDING SCALE REGISTRATION:
(If you are able and would like to make a contribution for youth attendance, please follow the link in your confirmation email!)
ADULTS: Sliding scale $10-$35+
(If you are unable to pay $10 for your adult ticket, please enter what you are able to pay and you will not be turned away.)