DIALOGUE ON RACE – Original Series
An educational process for the elimination
NEW SERIES DATES. APPLICANTS WELCOME!
WHEN: Wednesdays, June 4- July 9, from 6-8 PM
WHERE: McGlynn Glisson & Mouton, 340 Florida Street, Baton Rouge, LA 70801
WHAT: The Dialogue series is a
structured two hour weekly series limited to 15 participants. The sessions are led by trained facilitators.
Participants prepare for the discussions by reading short articles before each
session. The facilitators set a safe
environment for open honest discussion around three topic questions with one 10
minute break during each session. All sessions begin and end on time.
Understanding what racism is
and how it operates in our system is the core of this education process.
The Dialogue recognizes that
racism is not an “us versus them” issue in communities. Racism is an institutional construct that was
built into our system and much of it exist today unintentionally and
indirectly. However as long as racism
exists, our institutions will tend to operate to the advantage of one race over
another instead of with full access for all equally.
Limit of 15 Applicants, all must participate in at least 5 sessions and attend session 1 on June 4th.
CONTACT: Maxine Crump (225) 274-6902 firstname.lastname@example.org