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Embody AntiRacism this Black History Month! Join The AntiRacist Table for our Lessons of the Hour Seminar! Starting February 1st!

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Embody AntiRacism this Black History Month! Join The AntiRacist Table for our Lessons of the Hour Seminar! Starting February 1st! Register Today!

This special seminar series includes registration in our new “24 lesson” self-guided online study program, weekly Zoom check-ins and interactive, facilitated discussions with the founders of The AntiRacist Table, Kirsten and Lynn. By the end of the month, you will know what it means to live an embodied life committed to living your truth through an antiracist lens that centers pro-liberation for all.

Our weekly live 1.5 hour long Zooms will dive into key concepts from the self-guided course and will be a space to learn and grow together. Doing this work in community will provide support, motivation, and inspiration needed for this work! Participants will also have bonus access to an online private Circle for communication and sharing during the course and a digital copy of our “Resource Ebook”.

Our self-paced, long form contemplative study, will allow you to engage in an inner journey of self discovery, truth telling, and transformation as a human being committed to loving and supporting all humanity.

Composed of 24 self-paced lessons, complete with daily mindfulness practices that flow in an intended sequence, the course is grounded in The AntiRacist Table’s ten core principles: intention, AntiRacist, individuality, equality, empathy, courage, allies, humanity, love, and education. Participants will dive in deep over the course to truly take up this work. Our intentionally sensory rich curated study weaves teachings from the leading experts in the field of AntiRacism, social justice, African American history, culture, and the arts while centering journal contemplation, and meditation to support inner growth and development.

You will learn:

  • To use mindfulness and journaling as resources to process, reflect and chart your course for your journey in AntiRacism
  • To see, identify, and work to dismantle the three pillars of racism: self, culture, and systems
  • To be empowered to build capacity for change first within oneself and then within one's circle of influence
  • To understand the origins of Anti-Black Racism and its legacy in American history to present day
  • How to be an active ally/co-conspirator in the work of showing up and actively participating in the co-creation of a more just, kind and equitable world for all of humanity

Now is the time to live your values and co-create a new world with others on this epic journey!

The Black History Month Cohort Launches February 1st.

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Live Zoom Sessions meet Tuesdays from 5 - 6:30 pm EST:

February 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd

Kirsten Ivey-Colson (she/her), JD has an LLM in Alternative Dispute Resolution from the George Washington University Law School and an undergraduate degree in African American Studies and English from the University of Virginia. She is the great-great-granddaughter of enslaved African Americans, the mother of a Black college student, and highly motivated to contribute to a just and compassionate world. Kirsten is an active meditation practitioner and a student of nonviolent communication, conflict resolution, conflict coaching, neuroscience, happiness, and well-being. She has served as a union steward, conflict coach, mediator, and as a leader in her son’s school’s parent of Black students affinity group.

Lynn Turner (she/her) is a native Washingtonian, wife, and mother of two children and the proud descendant of enslaved people. She is a culturally responsive educator who is passionate about teaching young children and supporting families, work that she has done for over ten years. Lynn currently serves on the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America’s Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access Committee as the committee co-chair. She is an adjunct professor at Mount Mary University and Great Lakes Waldorf Institute in their Waldorf Teacher Training Program. Lynn holds a BA in Fine Arts from Sweet Briar College and an MAT in Early Childhood Education from Trinity Washington University and received her Waldorf Early Childhood Teaching Certificate in 2017. Lynn has also been published in Gateways Magazine and has been a workshop presenter for diversity, equity and inclusion at the 2021 Waldorf Early Childhood Education Association of Northern America Teacher Conference.

The AntiRacist Table is a multidimensional platform dedicated to helping America be AntiRacist. Visit us at www.The AntiRacistTable.com.

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