Watershed Coaching Anti-Racism Book Group: Summer reading- My Grandmother's Hands by Resmaa Menakem
The intention of this group is to serve as a support for learning for people who identify as White or European American. Our hope is that this quarterly gathering will provide structure to continue our learning on anti-racism (concrete deadlines to finish a book helps!) and have a place for reflection and inquiry with others. It will be co-hosted by me, Kerry Secrest of Watershed Coaching, and Kate Jellema, a colleague and friend who I knew through Marlboro College and now works at the International Refugee Assistance Project. We are both committed to creating a safe space for a small group of 8-10 fellow learners. The time has intentionally been set 3:30-5:00, as a stand that this education be considered professional development, and that afterward you won't have to go right back to work (hopefully). There is a sliding scale fee for participation ($25-$100), but all of these proceeds will be donated to a charity you choose. Thanks for your interest in joining us! Warmly, Kerry
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Monday, August 10th, 3:30-5:00pm- I can make it.
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