An online workshop with Molina Consulting and Mariposa Education
For many white people who are working for racial justice, shame and guilt can get in the way of meaningful action. Early messages about race and racism can evoke shame responses that trigger defensiveness, anger, frustration, aggression, and, ultimately, inaction on important work for racial equity. Join us to explore sources of shame relating to race and racism and learn concrete strategies to navigate shame in healthy ways so that white racial justice advocates can support one another to process emotions and feelings in order to become more whole, while centering the critical work of building a more equitable and just world.
This workshop is intended for people who identify as white. If you are unsure about what that means or have questions, please contact us at [email protected]
Molina Consulting and Mariposa Education
Jessy Molina is a nationally recognized trainer and facilitator on issues of diversity, equity, and social justice.
For 25+ years, Anne has investigated the long-term impact of parenting and teaching behaviors, and early childhood curriculum, on children’s social-emotional competence and academic achievement.
An educator of 30 years, Jenny has served as case manager, special educator and team leader in Howard County public schools, and completed facilitator training with The National SEED project, (Seeking Equity and Educational diversity).