Becoming Co-Conspirators: A Virtual Learning Space to Dismantle White Supremacy

Becoming Co-Conspirators: A Virtual Learning Space to Dismantle White Supremacy

Becoming Co-Conspirators: A Virtual Learning Space to Dismantle White Supremacy

Program: Becoming Co-Conspirators: A Virtual Learning Space to Dismantle White Supremacy
Location:  via Zoom
Dates & Times: Tuesday evenings, July 14–August 4, 2020 at 6PM CDT
Cost: $25/session (all registrations are nonrefundable)

This program is virtual. Each week is an independent session, so attendees can register for any/all sessions they wish to attend. Zoom details for each session will be be provided once you register.

“Becoming Co-Conspirators” is for all who believe that racism is a human problem and are committed to doing their part in dismantling white supremacy.

This facilitated, virtual learning space is designed for people who want to continue their learning journey. Over the course of four weeks, participants will gain a foundational understanding of the landscape and levels of racism, examine the extent of the harm of white privilege, deconstruct the lie of white fragility, and co-create new ways of dismantling and accountability.

Participants will be challenged each week to discover and follow through on small and big ways to further the cause for racial justice and to become a co-conspirator.

Curriculum Schedule:

Week 1: “Demystifying White Supremacy”
Week 2: “Confronting White Privilege and Fragility”
Week 3: “Decomposing the Violence of Fragility: White Women’s Tears and White Men’s Rage”
Week 4: “Operationalizing: Strategy and Accountability”

Facilitators

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Cecilia Olusola Tribble

Cecilia Olusola Tribble is an arts and culture educator and racial equity coach. She has almost 20 years of arts and cultural education, curriculum and program design experience, and, more recently, organizational development and local government experience. Tribble’s work is about freeing institutional imaginations through cultural education, equity coaching, lectures, workshops, and consultation that leads to systemic transformation.

Tribble holds a Bachelor of Music Education from The University of Memphis, a Master of Theological Studies from Vanderbilt University Divinity School, and a Master of Arts in Performance Studies from New York University Tisch School of the Arts.

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Vic Sorrell

Vic Sorrell is an experienced community engagement professional specializing in educating and organizing efforts in the areas of HIV treatment and prevention. Because HIV is a global health disparity, Sorrell’s ongoing commitment to understanding, identifying, and challenging the effects of white supremacy in perpetuating an epidemic has proven paramount to his work efficacy.

With regard to our work toward being anti-racism co-conspirators, Vic is clear in reconnecting with our own humanity, the work of dismantling racial oppression is the work of all human beings, everywhere.

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/14/2020 - 08/04/2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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