There are good reasons why we believe the things we do about Black people. There is a long history informing the things that we think- and we've been taught those things about Black people, explicitly and implicitly.
Join me for a six week exploration in which we’ll draw straight lines between historical and modern stereotypes. At the end of this course, not only will you understand the origins of these stereotypes and how they impact Black people today, you’ll have a new, internal narrative based in fact and aligned with your anti-racist values.
Using both/and thinking, we will work to disassemble your implicit biases and move into healing. Focused on healing, this is an ideal course for those just beginning the antiracist journey and those ready to go beyond just reading into deeper work and action.Enroll Now
The course begins October 5!
Course materials for both the self study and guided groups are released on Monday of each week.
Know the Narratives
Learn the origin stories for the many anti-Black narratives in our culture. When you know where they come from and what they look like, you'll be equipped to recognize racist tropes in the movies, music, media and more. When we know better, we can do better.
Unpack the Bias
Using radical honesty and deep empathy, you'll identify your implicit biases. Once we name them, you can unlearn them through a variety of unpacking, mindfulness and exposure techniques. This is my favorite, and most transformative part of the journey.
Start to Heal
With your roadmap in hand, we'll begin the healing process together. We'll map your new antiracist values onto your life. And you'll emerge with your actions and thoughts in greater alignment with your values and ready to move into antiracist action.
What will the course cover?
- Week One: Unpacking Pathological stereotypes
- Week Two: The Harm of Racist tropes
- Week Three: A Radical Honesty Inventory and Self Compassion Work
- Week Four: Strategies for Unlearning Our Bias
- Week Five: Values driven belief creation
- Week Six: Antiracist Action Plan
Have more questions? I'm happy to answer questions or talk with you about whether the course is right for you. Click here to email me!Email Corey