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Workshop: Introduction to privilege and anti-racist practise

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Hugh Cubitt Centre

48 Collier Street

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Due to the incredible success of the first workshop with Camille Barton selling out, we are partnering with Camille again for an additional workshop on privilege and anti-racist practice.

In this three hour workshop, participants will explore their relationship to privilege and learn about how racism functions in the UK. You will leave equipped with strategies to support people of colour experiencing racism and ways to work with white people to dismantle racism in your community. The workshop is experiential, comprised of a variety of group exercices, discussion circles and active listening sessions to explore this material with a compassionate and sensitive approach. We acknowledge that racism and other forms of oppression are often internalised in the body and link to strong emotions such as anger, guilt and shame. We provide a safe space to explore these emotions if they arise.


Key questions we will explore:

What privileged positions do we hold and how can we utilise our power to address injustice?

How can we support people that face oppression we have not experienced?

The session is open to people of all ethnic backgrounds. For more information on The Collective Liberation Project and our work, visit their website.

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