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EMBODIED ANTIRACISM PRACTICE

Feb 12

Embodied Antiracism is a practice that addresses the trauma of racism. We engage in this practice because the climate crisis is a trauma inflicted on all beings by White supremacy. White people make up 20% of the world population, yet the White governments of the US, Canada, Australia, and Europe are responsible for 61% of global carbon emissions.

Every week, in a shame and blame-free setting, we examine in this group how trauma and racialized behaviors show up for each of us personally. Participants learn tools and build capacity to emotionally support BIPOC people under attack by White supremacy and environmental racism. Anyone in XR is welcome to join, but the content and facilitation are tailored for White people engaging in cultural self-examination and emotional labor. We practice here to center the needs of BIPOC people in our activism.

Meeting lasts approximately one hour.


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