Finding Freedom Workshop

Participants from June 2020 workshop series

How are we as white women contributing to white supremacy?

What keeps us from bringing our full selves to ending structural racism?

How can we move into action and convince other white women in our lives to do the same in our communities and at the ballot box?

Finding Freedom is an engaging and compassionate workshop that aims to deepen our individual and collective understanding of how we as white women are complicit with white supremacy. Join us to make changes in our day to day lives to live more deeply and consistently into our racial justice commitments. This workshop teaches us how to move our networks to join the fight for racial, economic and gender justice right now.

Jaclyn Gilstrap at A Visual Approach www.avisualapproach.com

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5-part Series - Online Finding Freedom: White Women Taking On Our Own White Supremacy

New July-August dates!

The July session is SOLD OUT!

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About the Facilitators​

Evangeline Weiss

I am a white queer anti-racist social change instigator with a twinkle in my eye. With over 18 years of organizational development experience, I facilitate values-based capacity building to sustain leaders and organizations on a path towards greater wholeness, intentionality, and purpose. After earning a Masters’ degree in educational policy studies, I have facilitated change in social service organizations, social justice coalitions and non-profits, as well as institutions of higher education. I am an artist and a poet, a community builder and a justice worker. I live in Greensboro, NC with my beloved soulmate and 12 year old son, and our most adorable dog, Sherlock.

Kari Points

I’m a white Durham-based dyke who was raised working class in rural Southern Indiana. A member of the national Leadership Team of Showing Up for Racial Justice, I work on racial and economic justice and reproductive and sexual health, rights and justice locally, regionally, nationally and around the world. I believe we as white folks can and must free ourselves from internalized white supremacy, build mutual interest with people of color, and organize for collective liberation.