WAIT LIST FOR 2ND WAVE: AROC's Learning to Action Circles Registration Form - St. Louis, MO and Southern IL region
AROC's Learning to Action Circles program is an opportunity to connect to other people working to unlearn and disrupt their relationship to racism and white supremacy. It is designed for a small group of people to deepen their relationships and hold one another accountable to do personal-level work and move into action.

Please only complete this form if you are interested in participating in or starting a learning circle.

7/2/20 - WE ARE AT CAPACITY FOR OUR FIRST WAVE OF GROUPS. Please STILL sign up - we'll send you a start-up document!
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Email *
Your First Name *
Your Last Name *
We recommend having 2-10 people (approximately) for a learning circle with one point person to be responsible for coordinating some aspects such as setting meetings and sharing the curriculum we provide.  Please tell us which situation best applies to you: *
Who is the point person for your circle? Please list their full name here. *
If you are the point person for your group, please list your full name here.
If you are the point person, who will be in your group? (friends, co-workers, neighbors, church community, family, etc)
If you are not the point person, you can skip this question.
The Learning to Action Circles are aimed at people who are not targeted by anti-Black racism, especially white people and mixed race folks with a white parent. So that we can best support your group, can you share your racial/ethnic identity? *
Home Address
Letting us know where you live can be helpful in connecting you to local actions and organizations.
City *
State *
Zip Code *
Cell Phone *
Have you read the FAQ and can you commit to doing some outside work between session meetings? *
Link to FAQ. Click or copy/paste this link into your browser: https://arc-stl.org/get-involved-2/aroc-learning-to-action-circles/faqs/
White folks, in general, should consider paying for racial equity training. It’s important work, and should be valued as such. Moreover, redistributing resources is an important part of anti-racism work in a system of white supremacy and capitalism.  We are asking that everyone receiving the packet of learning materials to donate an amount to a Black-led organization.  Will your circle commit to donating individually or collectively to one of the recommended organizations? *
Follow or copy/paste this link for more info on why AROC charges for this workshop: http://bit.ly/rootsfeescale    ---No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Can we share your contact info with your group? *
We would only share for organizing and communication purposes within your group.
Is there anything else you would like us to know?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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