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Race and Resilience with Kerri Kelly and Michelle Johnson

Race and Resilience

Join Kerri Kelly and Michelle Johnson, two social change activists, for an an online Master Class Series focused on race and resilience. We will discuss social location, spiritual bypassing, how to build resilience and resistance and create caucus spaces for people of color and white people.

Race and Resilience Master Class

Race & Resilience: Community of Practice, a monthly masterclass focused on dismantling racism and connecting with our individual and collective resilience

These are trying times and we need spaces to truth tell, grieve, learn, heal and build skills. We offer this workshop in the spirit of sharing collective space to wade through what arises when we speak truth from our social location or embodied racial identities.

Join Michelle Johnson and Kerri Kelly, two social change activists, for a monthly master class focused on dismantling racism and connecting with our individual and collective resilience

We will discuss:

  • Social Location

  • Race Based Caucusing 

  • Spiritual Bypassing

  • Equity vs. Equality

  • Repair/Harm Reduction 

  • Strategies for Liberation 

For payment we have priced the series at regular rates and at a sliding scale. Choose based on your financial status and need.

Sliding Scale

Tier 1-Supported Access

Tier 2-Fair Access

Tier 3-Reparations

Tier 1-Supported Access is the actual value of this workshop. If you choose a ticket price below the top tier you are receiving a discount. This tier is for those who have enough financial comfort that they can easily afford to pay this cost. If purchasing at this tier does not create significant, or even minimal hardship, then this tier is for you.

Tier 2-Fair Access Paying for this class may qualify as a sacrifice but it would 

not create severe hardship for you or your family. We offer this price in acknowledgment that paying the full cost may prevent some folks from attending, but that these persons do not honestly find themselves reflected in descriptions for either Tier 1 or Tier 3. If you are struggling to conquer debt or build savings or move away from paycheck to paycheck living but have access to steady income and are not spending most of your time thinking about meeting basic needs such as food, shelter, medical care, child care, etc., you belong here. If you, however, can ask others for financial support, such as family members, partners, or friends, please consider using those personal resources before you use the resources of the sliding scale and limit opportunities for others.

Tier 3-Reparations is for those who are able to meet their basic needs but have little-to-no expendable income, and for whom paying more would create hardship for themselves and/or their family.

Sign up for the entire series here: