»Brave moves« Workshop - ENTFÄLLT

15. Jun

This workshop is an opportunity to come together and have an open and brave conversation about racism and other intersecting forms of discrimination. It prioritizes the voices of immigrants and BIPOC* in order to engage in a perdurable and powerful social change.

This workshop includes:

  • a curated discussion and training on anti-racism, internalized oppression and resistance efforts and movements
  • a brave space to share any struggle and/or feelings emerging from experiencing discrimination
  • transformational tools to release and let go and uplift ourselves under this circumstances

In this space personal challenges are treated respectfully. Participants will leave feeling supported and empowered to better show up for themselves and society at large.

Open only to immigrants and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color*)

*People of Color is a term that encompasses all non-White people who experience ethnic or racist associations in their everyday life, those who are marginalized by the white dominant culture and are still collectively devaluated by the force of colonial heritage.

Saturday 15 june 2019
10 am - 4 pm (breaks included), C 6.317

Trainer: Jessica Valdez Vanegas

Contact and registration:
Valentina Seidel, Office for Equal Opportunities