Join Sera Davidow, Rafael Rodriguez, and Ebony Flint as they offer a three-day anti-oppression training. This training aims to examine what being a “good” person really means, how to understand privilege and use it for good, effectively owning and apologizing for your missteps, and strategies for interrupting situations where people are saying or doing things rooted in oppressive ways of being and thinking.
The training aims to be highly interactive, and requires a willingness to self-reflect, sit in discomfort, and work together toward building a better world.
Monday, February 26, 9am to 5pm
Tuesday, February 27, 9am to 5pm
Wednesday, February 28, 9am to 5pm
This training will be held in the Kittredge Center at Holyoke Community College in Holyoke, MA.