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Black and White Women: Reconciling Our Past, Redefining Our Future

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Cambridge Center for Adult Education

42 Brattle Street

Cambridge, MA 02138

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Despite best intentions, relationships between black and white women can be inauthentic, lacking empathy, depth, and mutual support. This full-day session should particularly benefit women seeking inspiration and connection across the black/white racial boundary as we move participants into and through difficult conversations about our shared past and the impact of our history with each other. We’ll identify historical and personal barriers to creating authentic cross-cultural relationships.

This is a challenging all-day workshop designed to uncover unspoken tensions in order to move beyond them. Project Website

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Debby Irving, Racial Justice Educator and Writer

Faith English, Attorney and Social Justice Consultant

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