Habits and Practices of White Women Gatekeepers
Nov
13
9:30 AM09:30

Habits and Practices of White Women Gatekeepers

  • 2100 24th Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98144 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In this workshop, we will work focus on our professional engagement while at the crossroads of white privilege/supremacy, internalized sexism and patriarchy. There is a tension here that we must notice, feel and understand. As white people who are targeted by sexism, we get to look at the potential we have yet to step into where gender and race overlap. We must also be responsible and accountable for both our racial privilege and for undoing our internalized sexism.

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Power with Not Power Over
Jan
24
9:00 AM09:00

Power with Not Power Over

In this workshop, we will work from the personal crossroads of white privilege/supremacy, internalized sexism and patriarchy. There is a tension here that we must notice, feel, heal and understand. As white people who are targeted by sexism, we get to look at the potential we have yet to step into where gender and race overlap. We must also be responsible and accountable for both our racial privilege and for undoing our internalized sexism. We do deeper into way sexism has set up white women to collude with white supremacy culture in the Power With one; looking at what impacts of patriarchy we need to heal to more fully be accountable for our white privilege and be anti-racist allies/accomplices.

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Habits and Practices of White Women Gatekeepers
May
28
9:30 AM09:30

Habits and Practices of White Women Gatekeepers

  • 2100 24th Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98144 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We will work focus on our professional engagement while at the crossroads of white privilege/supremacy, internalized sexism and patriarchy. There is a tension here that we must name, feel and understand. As white people who are targeted by sexism, we get to look at the potential we have yet to step into where gender and race overlap. We must also be responsible and accountable for both our racial privilege and for undoing our internalized sexism. 

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Power with Not Power Over
Sep
10
9:00 AM09:00

Power with Not Power Over

In this workshop, we will work from the personal crossroads of white privilege/supremacy, internalized sexism and patriarchy. There is a tension here that we must notice, feel, heal and understand. As white people who are targeted by sexism, we get to look at the potential we have yet to step into where gender and race overlap. We must also be responsible and accountable for both our racial privilege and for undoing our internalized sexism. We do deeper into way sexism has set up white women to collude with white supremacy culture in the Power With one; looking at what impacts of patriarchy we need to heal to more fully be accountable for our white privilege and be anti-racist allies/accomplices.

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Sep
12
9:00 AM09:00

Power with Not Power Over

In this workshop, we will work from the crossroads of white privilege/supremacy, internalized sexism and patriarchy. There is a tension here that we must notice, feel and understand. As white people who are targeted by sexism, we get to look at the potential we have yet to step into where gender and race overlap. We must also be responsible and accountable for both our racial privilege and for undoing our internalized sexism.

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PNW's Language of Racism: Disrupting Passive Aggressive Communication Norms
Jul
9
6:00 PM18:00

PNW's Language of Racism: Disrupting Passive Aggressive Communication Norms

This experiential engagement will explore the spoken and unspoken cultural norms of communication as keys pieces to advancing racial equity in yourself and your workplace. Here in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) we have a unique flavor of communication norms referred to as passive aggressive and conflict aversion. Based on WASP (white, anglo, saxon Protestant and middle class), the PNW regionally communicates indirect and 'watered down' sharing of information. This is significant because it is hard to manage for something if you cannot name it clearly for everyone to understand. Tone policing, vagueness, deflecting, blaming the messenger rather than engage in the content of the message, civility politics, conflict aversion etc are a few forms this takes. 

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Power with not Power Over: Accountability in Action for White Women
Jun
21
9:00 AM09:00

Power with not Power Over: Accountability in Action for White Women

In this workshop, we will work from the crossroads of white privilege/supremacy, internalized sexism and patriarchy. There is a tension here that we must notice, feel and understand. As white people who are targeted by sexism, we get to look at the potential we have yet to step into where gender and race overlap. We must also be responsible and accountable for both our racial privilege and for undoing our internalized sexism.

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Power with not Power Over: Accountability in Action for White Women
May
23
9:00 AM09:00

Power with not Power Over: Accountability in Action for White Women

In the United States, white women comprise over 80% of employees in nonprofits of all kinds, as well as in education and nursing. As the dominant group in these and other service-oriented professions, we have a responsibility to be accountable for our racial privilege and its impacts. In this workshop, we will work from the crossroads of white privilege/supremacy, internalized sexism and patriarchy. There is a tension here that we must notice, feel and understand. As white people who are targeted by sexism, we get to look at the potential we have yet to step into where gender and race overlap. We must also be responsible and accountable for both our racial privilege and for undoing our internalized sexism.

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Habits and Practices of White Women Gatekeepers
Mar
7
9:00 AM09:00

Habits and Practices of White Women Gatekeepers

  • 6532 Phinney Avenue North Seattle, WA, 98103 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In the United States, white women comprise over 80% of employees in nonprofits of all kinds, as well as in education and nursing. As the dominant group in these and other service-oriented professions, we have a responsibility to be accountable for our racial privilege and its impacts. In this workshop, we will work from the crossroads of white privilege/supremacy, internalized sexism and patriarchy. There is a tension here that we must notice, feel and understand. As white people who are targeted by sexism, we get to look at the potential we have yet to step into where gender and race overlap. We must also be responsible and accountable for both our racial privilege and for undoing our internalized sexism.

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Mar
6
5:30 PM17:30

Inclusion Strategies for Allies & Champions | Future for Us

Be prepared to experience tension in a safe space as we surface issues at the intersection of power, privilege, and race, and how they create workplace culture that makes it difficult for women of career to ascend in their career. This workshop offers an opportunity explore best practices solutions and learn from a community of peers, guided by a local D&I leaders - Fleur Larsen.

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Embodied Liberation: Wellness Communities and Social Justice
Mar
2
12:00 PM12:00

Embodied Liberation: Wellness Communities and Social Justice

This daylong workshop is for anyone committed to wellness, mindfulness, and social justice- including but not limited to instructors, studio owners, teacher trainers, practitioners, etc.  Embodiment practices like yoga and breathwork and meditation are tools to stay engaged in creating inclusive spaces by confronting our own biases.

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Feb Power with not Power Over: Accountability in Action for White Women
Feb
13
9:00 AM09:00

Feb Power with not Power Over: Accountability in Action for White Women

  • 843 Hiawatha Place South Seattle, WA, 98144 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In the United States, white women comprise over 80% of employees in nonprofits of all kinds, as well as in education and nursing. As the dominant group in these and other service-oriented professions, we have a responsibility to be accountable for our racial privilege and its impacts. In this workshop, we will work from the crossroads of white privilege/supremacy, internalized sexism and patriarchy. There is a tension here that we must notice, feel and understand. As white people who are targeted by sexism, we get to look at the potential we have yet to step into where gender and race overlap. We must also be responsible and accountable for both our racial privilege and for undoing our internalized sexism.

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Leadership Skills for Workplace Diversity
Jan
30
8:30 AM08:30

Leadership Skills for Workplace Diversity

Join us for this practical, hands on supervisory and leadership skills workshop grounded in anti-bias principles to enhance your coaching skills, and heighten your ability to supervise with an equity lens.

Participants will have the opportunity to identify their own biases and make connections to how those might be influencing their leadership style or supervising skills.

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Jan Power with not Power Over: Accountability in Action for White Women
Jan
28
9:00 AM09:00

Jan Power with not Power Over: Accountability in Action for White Women

  • 2100 24th Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98144 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In the United States, white women comprise over 80% of employees in nonprofits of all kinds, as well as in education and nursing. As the dominant group in these and other service-oriented professions, we have a responsibility to be accountable for our racial privilege and its impacts. In this workshop, we will work from the crossroads of white privilege/supremacy, internalized sexism and patriarchy. There is a tension here that we must notice, feel and understand. As white people who are targeted by sexism, we get to look at the potential we have yet to step into where gender and race overlap. We must also be responsible and accountable for both our racial privilege and for undoing our internalized sexism.

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Intersectional Feminism Panel
Jan
20
11:00 AM11:00

Intersectional Feminism Panel

Advancing womxn of color requires engagement from white women and men working with an intersectional lens, in support of their WOC comrades/colleagues and friends. This diverse, cross-sector group will move beyond dialogue, to explore actionable strategies for inclusion at work and in community to advance womxn of color.

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Jan
10
9:30 AM09:30

Storytelling Strategies for Dismantling Racism

Many of us set out with the very best of intentions but are not always able to discern how best to implement our ideals. This course will allow participants hands-on practice using the fundamentals of storytelling: intentions vs. impact, inciting action, deep listening, facing challenges, and resolution; to bring about measurable and meaningful change in their lives and at their organizations.

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Liberated Gatekeeping for White Women
Dec
13
9:00 AM09:00

Liberated Gatekeeping for White Women

In the United States, white women comprise over 80% of employees in nonprofits of all kinds, as well as in education and nursing. As the dominant group in these and other service-oriented professions, we have a responsibility to be accountable for our racial privilege and its impacts. In this workshop, we will work from the crossroads of white privilege/supremacy, internalized sexism and patriarchy. There is a tension here that we must notice, feel and understand. As white people who are targeted by sexism, we get to look at the potential we have yet to step into where gender and race overlap. We must also be responsible and accountable for both our racial privilege and for undoing our internalized sexism.

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Sep
27
9:30 AM09:30

Storytelling Strategies for Dismantling Racism

Many of us set out with the very best of intentions but are not always able to discern how best to implement our ideals. This course will allow participants hands-on practice using the fundamentals of storytelling: intentions vs. impact, inciting action, deep listening, facing challenges, and resolution; to bring about measurable and meaningful change in their lives and at their organizations.

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Leadership Skills for Workplace Diversity
Sep
13
9:00 AM09:00

Leadership Skills for Workplace Diversity

Join us for this practical, hands-on supervisory and leadership skills workshop grounded in anti-bias principles to enhance your coaching skills, and heighten your ability to supervise with an equity lens. Fleur, Keonna, and Mike bring a unique combination of experiences working with non-profit, public sector, and corporate organizations. They all bring a shared commitment to creating a more just world and have thought deeply about equity in the workplace.

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Decolonizing Wealth: equity in philanthropy with Edgar Villanueva
Jul
18
10:30 AM10:30

Decolonizing Wealth: equity in philanthropy with Edgar Villanueva

Join Edgar Villanueva for a morning roundtable on his recent article 'Can Money be Medicine' and decolonizing philanthropy. Regional funders and grantmakers can share what they are doing to live equity and the challenges coming up.  Hear about his upcoming book 'Decolonizing Wealth' out in October.

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Jun
21
9:30 AM09:30

Storytelling Strategies for Dismantling Racism

Many of us set out with the very best of intentions but are not always able to discern how best to implement our ideals. This course will allow participants hands-on practice using the fundamentals of storytelling: intentions vs. impact, inciting action, deep listening, facing challenges, and resolution; to bring about measurable and meaningful change in their lives and at their organizations.

How can we strategically explore and dismantle problematic racial structures in our organizations using our own personal stories?

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Diversity & Inclusion Strategies for Philanthropy
May
31
11:00 AM11:00

Diversity & Inclusion Strategies for Philanthropy

This training is ideal for social sector individuals and organizations looking to embrace DEI across all levels of their organization. If you are looking to create an equity committee, an EDI statement or secure committed budget amount to live your values, then join us. You will walk away from this workshop with practical tools to engage your colleagues and implement policies, resources, and tools to live equity.

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Lenses of culture, Levels of change: Co-creating Educational Equity with White Educators
May
5
10:00 AM10:00

Lenses of culture, Levels of change: Co-creating Educational Equity with White Educators

This workshop is for white educators who want to examine their own whiteness and the white culture of their schools to better serve all students. People of color are welcome and encouraged to attend for free. As white educators ourselves, we do this work in accountability to our own colleagues of color and anti-racist organizations and communities.

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Lenses of culture, Levels of change: Co-creating Educational Equity with White Educators
Mar
10
10:00 AM10:00

Lenses of culture, Levels of change: Co-creating Educational Equity with White Educators

This workshop is for white educators who want to examine their own whiteness and the white culture of their schools to better serve all students. People of color are welcome and encouraged to attend for free. As white educators ourselves, we do this work in accountability to our own colleagues of color and anti-racist organizations and communities.

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White Women in Management: Racial Equity in Practice
Feb
7
5:30 AM05:30

White Women in Management: Racial Equity in Practice

In the United States, white women comprise over 80% of employees in nonprofits of all kinds, as well as in education and nursing. As the dominant group in these and other service-oriented professions, we have a responsibility to be accountable for our racial privilege and its impacts. In this workshop, we will work from the crossroads of white privilege/supremacy, internalized sexism, and patriarchy. There is a tension here that we must notice, feel and understand. As white people who are targeted by sexism, we get to look at the potential we have yet to step into where gender and race overlap. We must also be responsible and accountable for both our racial privilege and for undoing our internalized sexism.

In this workshop, we will strengthen our service to racial equity and community liberation. Each session will focus on a specific topic with readings, break out groups and whole group time.

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Jan
11
9:00 AM09:00

Leadership Skills for Workplace Diversity

Join us for this practical, hands-on supervisory skills workshop which will improve your efficiency, enhance your coaching skills, and heighten your ability to supervise with an equity lens. Fleur, Keonna, and Mike bring a unique combination of experience working with non-profit, public sector, and corporate organizations. They all bring a shared commitment to creating a more just world and have thought deeply about equity in the workplace.

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Sep
14
9:30 AM09:30

Storytelling Strategies for Dismantling Racism

Storytelling is an ancient human technology meant to encapsulate information and build connections. We are all capable of sharing our stories and more importantly, to witnessing and hearing each other with openness and compassion.

Many of us set out with the very best of intentions but are not always able to discern how best to implement our ideals. This course will allow participants hands-on practice using the fundamentals of storytelling: intentions vs. impact, inciting action, deep listening, facing challenges, and resolution; to bring about measurable and meaningful change in their lives and at their organizations. 

How can we strategically explore and dismantle problematic racial structures in our organizations using our own personal stories?

During this training, facilitators will guide participants in the following:

- Exploring the narratives behind your institution's organizational chart.
- Practicing deep listening, especially with regards to the language of power & privilege.
- Role-play for navigating difficult conversations and the anatomy of making amends.

Join us in this training to explore how storytelling can be used to develop concrete strategies to help individuals and organizations actively engaged in anti-racist work.

Register at the link below:
https://ssdrfall.paperform.co/

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