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Your masterclass.

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    Anti-racism learning is uncomfortable

    • Most workshops leave people filled with guilt and shame. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

  • 2

    Dave Chapelle and Paul Mooney

    • The discomfort factor

    • Ask a black guy.

  • 3

    Don't touch my hair!

    • ... and other anecdotes people mistake for empathy

  • 4

    Diversity vs Anti-Racism

    • Subtle and fundamental differences

  • 5

    Commit to change-making

    • It’s critical that we commit to making positive change ... by any means necessary

    • Grounding your commitment

    • Fear of commitment

  • 6

    Everyday anti-racism, a practical guide

    • Skin color as a descriptor, where you are from, and more

    • Asking questions about race, and practical responses

  • 7

    Gather your tools and put them to work

    • Try suggesting one specific thing people in your sphere of influence can do to start

  • 8

    Who's at the table?

    • Develop your vision of anti-racist change-making according to your audience

    • Understand the resistence

  • 9

    Never give up

    • You’re strengthening the foundation of love that can bring more people together

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    Practice gratitude

    • Celebrate your successes, however small they are, and focus on that as you build

Meet Laura Mae.

Laura Mae Lindo

Dr. Laura Mae Lindo (she/her/elle) is a respected activist and educator who holds both a Masters and PhD in Education. Committed to centering the most vulnerable in all she does, Dr. Lindo's work is enhanced by her acute knowledge of how to put anti-oppression theories into practice. A courageous public speaker, Dr. Lindo is known to take on issues often left unaddressed by the mainstream. From philosophy to politics, and from the academy to the community, Dr. Lindo grounds her practices in gratitude and love.

What people are saying about "Anti Racism"

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Breakthrough thinking!

Bob Eckert

Laura Mae Lindo's guidance in this masterclass is frank, loving, and not what people might expect. She makes a brilliant case that "diversity at the table " ...

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Laura Mae Lindo's guidance in this masterclass is frank, loving, and not what people might expect. She makes a brilliant case that "diversity at the table " is perhaps a limiting way of thinking about making the changes we need. That "diversity" even if "at the table" falls short because we are uncomfortable having the "anti-racism" conversation that allows us to fully embrace and garner wisdom from experiences and viewpoints that are different than our own. This is brilliant, and desperately needed if we are to create breakthrough innovation in our organizations. Check it!

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