The Ultimate Social Impact Mastermind
Should we continue to advance a system that encourages racism and division? Or should we seek unity and change through personal transformation?
Race as a social construct is based on the thoughts, ideas and beliefs that reside in the hearts and minds of people. For this reason, overcoming systemic racism and miseducation requires systemic and institutional change coupled with self-reflection and individual transformation.
Grab a seat at the table in this new 8-week Social Impact Mastermind. Examine what resides in your heart and mind as a member of a racialized society. A transformational journey such as this is for those who desire a deeper understanding of themselves, connecting to others, and cultivating change from within under systemic racial conditions. It is appropriate for individuals, organizations, businesses, and intact teams.
Unique Transformational Strategy
At the end of the mastermind experience participants walk away with a unique transformational strategy to become antiracist.
Sneak Peek into Social Impact Mastermind:
A $3000 Value
» Design. Group limited to 15 participants for maximum impact, peer-to-peer support, and introspection. Meets for 3 hours a week for 8 weeks (1.5 hr Active Learning/Discovery + 1.5 hr Open Forum).
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» Introspection. Participants journey into their thoughts, ideas, and beliefs about people other than themselves.
» Self-knowledge. Awareness of interactions in your home, community, and workplace as it relates to those who are different from you.
» Reconciliation. Acknowledgement of histories of generational trauma, genocide, systemic enslavement, racism, discrimination, and incarceration.
» Unstuck. Getting unstuck from limited beliefs, thoughts and ideas about others raises consciousness of self and others.
» Potential. One of the most powerful words in any language, implying possibility, heralding hope, and unveiling greatness.
» Truth. Truth is a part of the process of reconciliation. Those who have been generationally abused are seen and heard in their own lives and voices.