Talking About Race

 An interactive workshop to help participants lay a foundation for talking about race, particularly with children.

An interactive workshop to help participants lay a foundation for talking about race, particularly with children.

 

Conversations About Race and Equity (CARE) presents a 3-hour facilitated workshop to help participants lay a foundation for talking about race, particularly with teens. Register HERE or below.



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After an introductory talk, participants will be invited to think about their identity through experiential exercises discussing, for example, where they grew up, what they understand about their identity growing up, and what they understand about it now.

The format will invite people to talk with each other, respectfully, in order to come to an understanding of the experiences have shaped our identity and how we are treated by society. Resources will be offered to attendees, including parents, educators, and grandparents, to help begin talking about race in an authentic way.

The event is free for all to attend. There is an optional contribution level if you wish help cover the costs. We have been generously supported by the Neighborhood Matching Fund from the City of Seattle.

Appropriate Age: Adults and teens

Location: Mount Baker Community Club, 2811 Mount Rainier Drive S., Seattle

Doors open at 1:30. Event starts at 2 pm

There is free parking on the streets around Mount Baker Community Club

Sorry, no child care available.

CARE is a committee of the Mount Baker Community Club. Members are Mt. Baker residents.

About the presenter: Aisha Hauser is an accomplished educator, curriculum developer, facilitator, author and anti-racism advocate. She has been in the Seattle area for the past five years and has offered workshops all over the country and several in the northwest including, Jefferson Community Center in Beacon Hill, Shoreline City Hall, Shoreline Community College, at the Diversity and Inclusion Conference in Salem, OR and the Race and Pedagogy Conference in Tacoma, WA.