My Place in Race Workshop
Saturday, September 28 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm | Lunch, snacks, and transportation provided
Evergreen Community Charter School | 50 Bell Road | Asheville, NC 28805
Open to 7th and 8th grade students.
This free workshop seeks to help 7th - 8th graders:
· participate in meaningful and intentional dialogue around the concept of race
· engage with the dynamics of the oppression/privilege model
· understand and self-identify their own racialized identity
· discover their own ways to engage in the greater global conversation around
Alexandria Ravenel, Co-Chair of Building Bridges of Asheville
To apply to participate, please complete this form by September 10. Space is limited, and we want to create a diverse and equitably balanced group of participants for a more enriching and healthy experience. Participant selections and notifications will go out on September 17. Answer the questions as honestly as possible and remember that there are no “wrong” ways to answer. This is a reflection of YOUR experience.
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Why do you want to participate in the workshop? What do you hope you will experience because of the workshop?
Does anything about the workshop make you feel anxious? If yes, what?
What would you say is your racial/ethnic identity? What makes you aware that this is your racial/ethnic identity?
Tell us about a time you saw race affect your life or someone else’s life? What happened? What did you take away from that experience?
How often do you talk about race: With family? With friends? In classroom discussions? With strangers?
As part of setting the tone for our workshop, we ask that you check the box below to affirm you answered the questions to the best of your ability with honor and integrity.
I have answered these questions to the best of my ability with honor and integrity
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