top of page

Tue, Jun 30


Free Online Workshop for Non-Black POC

Healing Anti-Blackness Begins With Us

A love note to non-Black People of Color: confronting and unlearning anti-Blackness begins within each of us, but we don't have to do it alone.

Thank You for Your Interest and Support. Registration is Now Closed.
Join the next workshop
Healing Anti-Blackness Begins With Us
Healing Anti-Blackness Begins With Us

Time & Location

Jun 30, 2020, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM EDT

Free Online Workshop for Non-Black POC


About the Event

Confronting and unlearning anti-blackness is an ongoing process that begins within each of us, but we don't have to do it alone. In this workshop, together as non-Black People of Color, we will tap into our innate ancestral healing power to bring awareness to the roots of our anti-black biases and limiting beliefs about our Black brothers and sisters. Through trauma-informed facilitated ritual, breathwork, movement, and meditation, we will

  • explore acknowledging and sitting with our emotions, thoughts, and sensations as we dialogue about anti-Blackness,
  • write counternarratives to combat anti-Blackness that bring us closer to taking action aligned to justice and love, and
  • commit to transformational solidarity (e.g., I am not free until Black people are free) instead of transactional solidarity (e.g., the Black community fought for me so I must fight for them).

A few more notes:

  • Click here to view a flexible agenda that will be responsive to attendee's needs.
  • An event worksheet and options for pre-reading and reflection will be sent to all registrants 48 hours before the event.
  • If you identify as White and want to donate to support the labor that goes into this event, please purchase a "Donation" ticket.
  • Reach out with any questions, comments, and feedback to

What is Anti-Blackess?

In dr. kihana miraya ross' New York Times Op-ed, Call It What It Is: Anti-Blackness, she writes "anti-blackness is one way some black scholars have articulated what it means to be marked as black in an anti-black world. It’s more than just “racism against black people.” That oversimplifies and defangs it. It’s a theoretical framework that illuminates society’s inability to recognize our humanity — the disdain, disregard and disgust for our existence."

Dr. Ross also calls us to action: "So let’s stop saying racism killed George Floyd, or worse yet, that a racist police officer killed George Floyd. George Floyd was killed because anti-blackness is endemic to, and is central to how all of us make sense of the social, economic, historical and cultural dimensions of human life."


  • Attendee

    This ticket is for Non-Black People of Color who plan to attend the event

    Sale ended
  • Donation

    This ticket is for White folks or anyone who wants to donate to support the labor of this event

    +$0.50 service fee
    Sale ended



Share This Event

bottom of page