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Breaking the Cycle of White Supremacy
Wednesday, January 22 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pmNo cost to participate
This workshop and the wait list is at capacity and no further names will be taken. Please contact presenter Donte Curtis directly to book him for a workshop such as this or for consulting work.
This highly engaging workshop invites attendees to explore the ways that white supremacy is harming us and the work that we do. During our time together, we will reflect on how the dominant culture shows up in us (White Folks and People of Color) and will be given tools and strategies to Break the Cycle. This workshop will use the collective wisdom in the room to foster new ideas and think about what is possible when we all do our internal work. We will bias toward action and create practical things we can do to honor ours and others humanity at work and home.
Presented by Donte Curtis.
Donte Curtis is the owner of Catch Your Dream Consulting where he keynotes, consults, and trains individuals, teams, and organizations nationwide on leadership development, racial equity, making effective change and supports them to excel in their dreams and create positive change. Donte currently serves on the Board of Directors at Youthprise, where he is a co-chair of the program investment committee. With over 11 years of facilitation and speaking experience, Donte is adept to fostering the collective wisdom in the room and engaging audiences in multiple ways. Probably one of the most energetic people you will ever meet, Donte lives a life that is dedicated to leadership, social justice, and liberation.
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