Ally Workshop – Webinar and Talking Circles
Adults | Registration Required HERE: https://bit.ly/3iGnHK3
Webinar: Oct. 27th 11:30-1:30pm
Talking Circle 1: Nov. 3 11:30-1:30pm
Talking Circle 2: Nov. 10 11:30-1:30pm
This series will consist of a webinar about how to become an ally (Oct. 27) and then will be followed up with two talking circles (either Nov. 3 & 10) for participants who wish to take a deeper look at their privilege and becoming an ally. The Talking Circles are available to participants of the webinar on Oct. 27th and limited to one talking circle per person.
To be an ally requires humility, skill, courage and an acknowledgement of your privilege. The webinar on October 27th will introduce you to what you need to become an ally and take action against oppression. If you are ready to take a look inward at yourself and make positive contributions to your community, register for this webinar and one of the talking circles. Talking Circles require separate registration.
This event is suitable for people who already accept the following truths:
a) racism exists
b) it manifests in different ways
c) its existence is independent of hate
d) we live in a racialized society, and
e) we all are shaped and impacted by it in different ways
Laura Hockman, BSW, RSW M.A. is Gitxsan woman from a Gitanmmaax, in Northern BC. She is the Executive Director of Independent Living Vernon, a disability resource centre.
Margaret Clark, an Okanagan/Irish woman. She is the Executive Director of Restorative Justice society – North Okanagan, a non-court alternative service to address the impact of wrong-doing.