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Healing History- Implicit Bias

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Smithville Indoor Recreation Center

106 Gazley Street

Smithville, TX 78957

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Understanding the implications of unrecognized actions can help to alleviate many trauma’s that people of color may face in the workplace.

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Healing History is a 4-event tribute to diversity and music in Bastrop County. This series is aimed at creating healing conversations and high-quality musical experiences to overcome the cross-cultural miscommunication that permeates our societal systems. It is through shared human experiences that we desire to create inclusive approaches to resilience and the arts. With a focus on youth and survivors of trauma (historical and other), Healing History will work from a trauma-informed perspective to guide change for Bastrop County.

This session is facilitated by Dr. Leonard Moore, Vice President for Diversity and Community Engagement & George Littlefield Professor of American History at The University of Texas at Austin

Contact Krystal Grimes for more information or sponsorships. Krystal@bastropcares.org

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