As the profound impacts of racism and white supremacy demanded to be recognized and named like never before, many of us who are coaches, mentors, practitioners, educators, and leaders found ourselves unsure how to show up during this time — in our personal relationships, our communities, and with our clients.
Many of us feel called to action…
How can you build more justice, belonging and dignity — especially for Black, Indigenous People of Color — into your work?
What skills do you need to be able to show up with white people and help them take action towards racial justice?
How can you support your Black and Brown clients and communities to feel resilience through the body?
What’s more: how can you integrate somatic awareness and practices into your work to discover and transform what you’ve internalized around race — and create more just spaces where all people are fully seen and honored.
The truth is, educating oneself about racism is a step in the right direction — and it’s also not enough. Awareness of white supremacy is not enough.