Peace Circles for Racial Healing

Facilitators:

   Janice Eng (Independent Trainer)
Pamela Taylor
PhD

Location: Shoreline, WA

   Davis Bldg, Shoreline, address will be sent with registration.

Date and Time:

   Tue, Sep 18, 2018

Tuesdays 9/18, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6, 11/20

Tuition:

  Complete series (5 sessions): $300
Individual session: $64 each

Details

   There is a need for Racial Healing in all aspects of American life. These circles are for people who are ready to experience the peace circle process with a focus on racial healing and who are interested in learning how to bring humanistic conversations about race and racism to their communities. Many times our approach to conversations about race and racial healing is in response to a community in crisis. We are offering a different way of talking about race and racism that is relational, preemptive, and proactive. We aim to build relationships capable of holding these important and much-needed healing dialogues around race and racism.

Session Themes
1)September 4th - Joining the Conversation-
2)September 18th - Racial Identity Development
3)October 9th - Impacts of Race and Racism
4)October 23rd - Understanding Racial Privilege
5)November 6th - Unconscious Racial Bias
6)November 20th - Creating New Stories for Racial Reconciliation

Circle Keeper: Pamela Taylor, PhD
Pamela's work spans many decades in colleges and universities across the United States. For the last fifteen years her work has focused on the greater Seattle community raising awareness and understanding about issues related to racial and social justice.  there is an emphasis on restorative and transformative justice.

Co-Keeper: Janice Eng
As a Chinese American, Janice has always had a  passion to bridge people together to increase understanding of each other, whether it be issues around race, class, gender, or those who are incarcerated and those who are not. She has found  thatPeace Circles and Nonviolent Communication to be the most powerful tools to create lasting peace.

Space is limited to 12 participants, so pre-register early.

Who is it for?

  People who are ready to experience the peace circle process with a focus on racial healing and who are interested in learning how to bring humanistic conversations about race and racism to their communities.

Registration and deposit info:

   Pre-registration is required for all sessions. There is no on-site registration available.
http://racialhealingcircle3.bpt.me
For information contact: Pamela Taylor, c i r c l e w o r k s 4 s j AT DOMAIN gmail~com or 206.851.9782