Wed, Sep 16 | Zoom

Reclaiming Our Humanity: Limited Series

Our series, "Reclaiming Our Humanity", consists of four 1.5 hour self-reflective dialogue sessions intended to explore and improve our relationships with our communities and with ourselves. There are limited seats for this series.
Registration is Closed
Reclaiming Our Humanity: Limited Series

Time & Location

Sep 16, 2020, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Zoom

About the Event

Our workshop series, "Reclaiming Our Humanity", consists of four one-hour self-reflective dialogue sessions intended to explore and improve our relationships with our communities and with ourselves. Once we advance further into the seriies, we will also offer multiple watch parties and discussion forums, providing the unique opportunity to connect and share experiences with our DC neighbors. Discussions will occur in identity-related infinity groups so we can create a safe, yet brave space for beginners to this work. See our agenda below. Let us know if you have any questions. 

Agenda:

5:05-5:15

Meaningful introductions (to provide space for all voices equally, limit responses to the questions provided)

  • What's your name?
  • Where do you live in the city?
  • Why are you here?

5:15-5:25

Setting up breakout sessions (introduction to breakout sessions) We will break up participants into Brave Space Affinity groups

5:25-5:35

In Breakout Sessions:

Presentations about tools we commonly use to learn about ourselves

  • Verbal vs non verbal
  • What helps you feel safe in situations where you feel threatened?
  • How can we create a safe space on Zoom?

5:35-5:50

Writing exercise -- affinity groups

Participants are journaling. No one is going to see this...participants choose:

  1. Recall a time when you felt small, intimidated or degraded…
  2. Recall a time when you did something you felt ashamed about

5:50-6:15 

Debrief/Discussion -- affinity groups

6:15-6:25

Return to Main Session: One important takeaway from this exercise

6:25-6:30

Mindful minute

Questions, plugs

Share This Event