- To provide a safe space for learning about racism
- To understand how we each participate in or experience racism every day
- To get curious about racism in our actions, our language, and our assumptions, and to learn how to challenge them
- To practice using the vocabulary and tools necessary to actively work against racism
- To create more safe and inclusive workplaces by sharing our resources and modeling vulnerable leadership
Sadie Scheffer, CEO of Bread SRSLY, discusses the foundations of psychological safety, including how to create it for yourself and others, and why it's important for clear and kind communication.
Discover the value of learning how to recognize and sit in discomfort, and why it's a precursor to empathy building.
Unconscious bias, or implicit bias, can be a tough topic to navigate, but it's critical one to unpack before doing anti-racism work. Learn the meaning of unconscious bias and how it affects our assumptions of others, then offers guidance for how to be more aware of it and create a cognizant shift in our thinking.
Discover what microaggressions are, how they impact non-dominant groups, and what you can do to prevent them in your interactions with others.