Rather than working with you to say and do the "right" things, we will unpack history, assess its present-day impacts on us, and strategize about how to move forward for long-term institutional and interpersonal change.
Tensions run high when we talk about our pain and our blindspots. The key to engaging in these conversations effectively, and with a mind towards collective action, is to connect with one another. Interactive activities and Theater of the Oppressed methodology create a foundation for this type of engagement.
an interpersonal lens
Through conversation, reflection, and behavioral case studies, we evaluate the ways we have internalized harmful beliefs about ourselves and others. Additionally, we reflect on how those beliefs impact our behaviors and practices. It is essential to understand this in order to improve internal culture and connectivity.
a systemtic lens
With the support of data, academic research, legal case analysis, and social movements, we explore how interpersonal bias is transformed into the institutional and structural oppression and discrimination.
Building on this foundation, we will work together to strategize next steps!