July 23rd
10am - 12pm PDT

Internalized Racial Oppression - open only to BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour)

with Zed Xaba

In a world where BIPOC are constantly marginalized by the hegemony of racism...

in what ways can BIPOC find their power and exercise their agency; thereby interrupting the dynamic of systemic racial oppression, that we have internalised, in order to better know and love ourselves and help unify our community?

In this interactive webinar Zed Xaba, a Black South African woman, will share her personal journey of confronting Internalized Racial Oppression, and engage in an interactive discussion about different experiences of the manifestations  of Internalized Oppression, and strategies to overcome it.

Please note – to create a welcoming safe space for a painful topic, this seminar is only open to Black, Indigenous and People of Colour.

Zed Xaba

About your Teacher

Zed Xaba is an Independent Consultant and Organizational Change Facilitator. She holds an MA in Conflict Facilitation and Organizational Change from the Process Work Institute, Portland USA. Zed is a highly experienced trainer and facilitator and a trained Conflict Coach and an Alternative Dispute Resolution Mediator. Zed has facilitated numerous diversity-related group processes in South Africa as well as works with teams that are experiencing conflict. She co-facilitated a workshop at the IAPOP conference in Switzerland in 2012, and presented at the IAPOP conference in Ireland in 2018. Zed co-facilitated small groups at the World Work in Greece in 20017 She has a TED Talk;  Internalised Oppression:Naming and Peeling Away the Layers of Shame.

In 2019 Zed co-facilitated a webinar with Bill Say on Internalised Oppression. In 2018 to 2019 Zed co-facilitating a year-long online anti-racism closed group that was made up of 24 participants from the global Process-work community. Connect with Zed on LinkedIn.

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