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Unity360 Community Race Dialogues – Facilitated by Dr. Tameka Hobbs
July 22, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Unity360, a program of South Florida People of Color, is a series of guided community discussions about the ways in which race, systemic and institutional racism, bias and bigotry shape our society and impact our daily interactions. Participants will be encouraged to speak personally, honestly and openly; learn skills to identify bias, micro-aggressions, and racism; and formulate responses that create a foundation for empathy and understanding.
The goals of the series are:
- Promote awareness of historical and casual racism, and help understand and deal with unconscious biases
- Provide a safe space to speak honestly and personally about race and racism
- Provide tools for diffusing bigoted language and behaviors at work and school, among family and friends, and in public places
- Improve the quality of community life for everyone
- Establish a basis for deeper empathy to decrease “Us vs. Them”
Join us for our two-part Summer 2017 series at Miami Shores Community Church, 9823 NE 4th Ave, Miami Shores, FL 33138,305-759-3445
The following book is recommended but not required for participation.
Book Excerpt: Waking Up White
Saturday, July 15, 9:30am – 2pm (coffee/tea and lunch included)
Facilitated discussion and interactive workshop based on “Waking Up White”
Questions will be provided to prepare for the second session.
Saturday, July 22, 10:00-12:00pm (coffee/tea and snacks)
Building on Week 1’s activities, this session will deepen our understanding of privilege and how it functions in our daily interactions, while providing tools to recognize and challenge racial bias when we encounter it.
Free and open to the public. Space is limited and registration is required.
For more information contact the MSPoC at email@example.com.
Unity360 is a program of Miami Shores People of Color d/b/a South Florida People of Color, a non-profit 501(c)(3) entity. Donations are welcome and checks are payable to “Miami Shores People of Color”.