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CWIP Courage Centered Dialoge Series

Posted By Jessica Richter, Thursday, July 20, 2017

Educator, writer, and facilitator Stacey Gibson urges listeners to practice the difficult emotional work of addressing how race impacts our lives and to commit to being anti-racist. Gibson spoke at the first of CWIP’s series of Courage-Centered Dialogues in mid-June. At the event, which tackled the issue of racial consciousness, Gibson challenged a room full of community leaders to start on a collective path of learning and understanding how race impacts our everyday lives. Race is one of the only places where we are encouraged to limit literacy, Gibson said, asking the audience to challenge those limitations and commit to a lifestyle of learning.

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