RLBC SkillShares: Presenter Interest Form
Thank you for your interest in contributing a skill share to the Roots of Labor Birth Collective's community.

Our skill shares happen virtually and are for our community of Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) birth workers. Through this form we are hoping to lend some intentionality to evaluating the content and the accessibility of our communal platform. We look forward to learning more about you, and we'll reach out to you with next steps once we review your offering.

More details about the Roots of Labor Skillshare Process can be found through this document here:
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Email *
What is your name, and what are your pronouns? *
What is the best way to reach out to you for skill share confirmation and scheduling? Please list it here (i.e. email or phone number): *
Do you identify as a Black, Indigenous, or other Person of Color (BIPOC)? We prioritize uplifting BIPOC community members as our teachers/facilitators, but we take every offering into consideration. *
Please tell us more about yourself. What does your work look like within your community? *
For your offering, what are you hoping to present? Share a title if you have one and/or a description. Who do you envision your skillshare best serving? *
What does intersectional advocacy mean to you? How will you bring a decolonized, intersectional, antiracist, gender-inclusive, and reproductive-justice-oriented framework into your facilitation?
PLEASE NOTE RLBC BOOKS SKILLSHARE PRESENTERS WITH AT LEAST ONE MONTH'S NOTICE TO HOLD SPACE FOR PROPER EVENT PROMOTION. The planning for our skillshares ideally runs along a 2 month timeline, depending on facilitator capacity to meet and co-organize. We are currently working with interest for Early 2022.
In addition to scheduling your skillshare community class, as part of our screening process we will have 1-2 of our Root Members shadow a run through of your presentation prior to your public offering. Please give 2-3 potential dates & times you are available to host your skill share in Pacific Standard Time (PST). Alternatively, for calendaring months in advance, non-date specific availability like "Weekdays 10-3 or Saturdays 2-6" works great. *
During the time of COVID-19 and to best meet the needs of our geographically spread membership base, all skillshares will take place online via Zoom or a similar platform. What are some other logistical components of your skillshare (i.e. optimal class size, length of presentation, compensation per participant - unless your offering is pro-bono or sliding scale)?
Are there any other questions you have for us? Or areas you know you'd like support within as we move forward to schedule your offering?
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