Join us for robust, courageous dialogue.
Let's Talk About Race.
What is white supremacy? Anti-Blackness?
How is being anti-racist different from being non-racist?
How can Process Workers use their powerful skills to encourage and guide talking about race?
What is white supremacy? Anti-Blackness? How is being anti-racist different from being non-racist? How can Process Workers use their powerful skills to encourage and guide talking about race?
Join Diane Wong & Jordana Hart for an interactive deep dive into the anti-racism journey and how Process Work/Deep Democracy can propel anti-racism work in the U.S. and internationally. It’s past time to understand what whiteness means. It’s time to acknowledge our systemic and individual anti-Black bias, a path to personal growth that starts with understanding and accepting the fullness of U.S. history – including slavery, Jim Crow, and current racial discrimination.
Join us for robust, courageous dialogue. Let’s Talk About Race.
About Your Teachers
Mediator, Facilitator & Global Conflict Resolution Processor
Diane Wong (she, her) holds a Juris Doctorate, is a certified mediator, facilitator, and global conflict resolution processor. Born into a Black, Chinese, Mexican, Irish, Native American family, Diane grew up as a member of Cleveland’s Black community and attended a segregated school system.
Diane’s experience navigating an educational system that sought to undermine her sense of self and history led her to pursue a J.D from Harvard Law School.
Versatile and drawing from her background in law, conflict resolution, and yoga, Diane’s multidimensional approach guides clients toward a greater understanding of themselves and the community as they learn to support Justice equity and inclusion. Her facilitative scope includes work with cities, towns, schools, community organizations, and large-scale engagement in shifting corporate culture.
Diane is Co-Founder and Co-Host of an award-winning multimedia radio show and podcast, Let’s Talk About Race, which invites people to have conversations around race and racism. Diane also founded the Racial Justice Collaborative (RJC), a team of mediators, facilitators, educators, therapists, and visionaries who work with community members to build awareness, create learning opportunities, and facilitate growth processing racial feelings and beliefs.
In 2020, DWC, in partnership with RJC, hosted two 2 Race Dialogue Retreats with over 200 participants from all over the world seeking to dismantle white supremacy. Reach Diane at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lawyer, Facilitator & Anti-Racism Activist
Jordana Hart (she/her) identifies as Canadian, Jewish, and white. She practices law in Miami, FL. She is one of three co-founders of South Florida People of Color (SFPoC), a racial healing organization focused on anti-Blackness. Jordana is a senior facilitator for SFPoC’s Unity360 Race Dialogues and the Awkward Dinner series. She also facilitates their Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) program under the Unity360 Institute for Anti-Racism. Jordana works to generate raw conversations about white supremacy and privilege among white people aimed at shedding light on gross inequities and how to end them. She has a bachelor’s degree in History, a master’s degree in Print Journalism, Juris Doctor with distinction in International Law, and a Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution. Jordana studies and supports Reparations for African Americans and other people of African descent globally and the establishment of a national Truth Commission on white supremacy and anti-Blackness. Reach Jordana at email@example.com
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