$5 – $20

You’re Too Comfortable

Actions and Detail Panel

$5 – $20

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Recognizing when comfort is an indicator of privilege and white supremacy manifesting itself. Explore how to take action when it does.

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One way whiteness protects itself is by eliminating stressors of those who are in proximity to it. Things are easier, quicker, more accessible, more abundant, less risky and more. This workshop will examine how comfortable you are and explore where your own discomfort might be putting up barriers to equity and inclusivity. Then we’ll talk about what can be done about it. We will uncover what actions can be taken when we discover white supremacy manifesting itself

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Rachel “Crafty” Sadd

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Rachel is a Bay Area based artist, activist, and maker. When she is not making she is the Executive Director at Ace Makerspace. She leads program development for equity and social good projects. Participating in rapid response to the COVID-19 public health crisis has been her main focus since March 2020. She is equally engaged by beauty and utility and she creates projects which span genres and challenge ideas about art, craft, and culture.

Rachel contributes leadership and development to this DEI content creation effort.

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