In partnership with Suburbia Rising, Black Coffee, and Let’s Do Work, ENAC presents: Dangerous Diversity Trainings
Last week Donald Trump ranted against Diversity Training because he knows it’s dangerous. Dangerous to his divide and conquer regime, that is.
When people learn to work together for collective liberation—seeing the strength in our differences and committing to intersectional justice—we can build a better future where Black, White, and Brown people everywhere can thrive.
That’s why we’re supporting Dangerous Diversity Trainings for our community for the next four Thursday evenings from 6-7:00 p.m. Please join us to learn about:
- ALLYSHIP • September 10, with ENAC’s own Courtney Wooten, founder of Suburbia Rising/Stories of Self and Solidarity
- INTERSECTIONALITY • September 17, with Ranice Innocent, race and equity educator
- TRAUMA • September 24, with Reita Johnston, founder of Powerhouse Coaching
- TBD • October 1, with Dar’Nesha Weary, owner of Let’s Do Work and Black Coffee
More information about these FREE Zoom events and registration for one or all is at: https://www.suburbiarising.com/dangerousdiversitytraining
The four Trainers are offering their expertise free of charge for this Zoom event, with suggested donations to:
Please tune in and please make a donation that’s right for you, because when we all thrive, we have a better community, a better country, and a better future.
P.S. When you donate and send a screen shot of your receipt, you will be entered in a raffle. It’s a win-win-win.