This practice group provides a space specifically for white and white-adjacent people to do the work of cultivating self-awareness. Whiteness keeps our
This practice group provides a space specifically for white and white-adjacent people to do the work of cultivating self-awareness. Whiteness keeps our spirits small. It prevents us from showing up lovingly in our relationships, justly in community spaces, and equitably in professional life. Utilizing White Awake curriculum that integrates historical, economic, and political analysis together with social, emotional and mindfulness tools, we offer this six-part practice series. In each session, we seek to facilitate the healing work to re-connect with parts of ourselves lost in the harmful process of learning to be “white.” We explore in this way with an understanding that our own liberation is intimately bound to one another. We caucus to wake up from the trance of whiteness. We come together in healing work, so that we can do our part to dismantle the oppressive systems that surround us.
Jo Pang and Sarah Murphy
(Monday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Those who identify as white or with privileges associated with whiteness