Circle of Black Men
14-15.30 30th October 2020
14-15.30 27th November 2020
14-15.30 15th January 2021
Ian Phillips and Ian Solomon-Kawall
Using the Educate, Reflect, Engage and Do (ERED) model – to embody an intersectional perspective in our anti-racist practice Imagine a circle of men, a circle of brothers, who through the lens of intersectionality commit to the work of ensuring a just, healthy, beautiful and sustainably life-giving world for future generations. Imagine a circle helping to keep you moving forward toward your aspirations and goals. A circle that is safe to be who you really want to be.
Imagine breaking free of limiting beliefs that sabotage you. Imagine a circle where you can experience and develop self as a catalyst for change. Are you ready?
Resources to be used
Readings and Videos on:
Kimberly Crenshaw, “Race, Gender, Inequality and Intersectionality”
Young Women and girls talk about sexual harassment
Tracee Ellis Ross – YouTube ‘A Woman’s Fury Holds Lifetimes of Wisdom’
Black men wanting to explore intersectionality in effectively promoting Anti-Racism and challenging structural inequality Open group
Registration by 26 October 2020 via ODNE – Sessions free but commitment to attend all sessions please.