Conversations About Racial Justice - Workshop

 Registration is closed for this event
The program is based on "How to have difficult conversations about racial justice."




Racism and its economic, social and historical impacts show up in our lives in direct, subtle and complex ways. We are often called upon to navigate racial complexities -- often with limited skills. This event is for anyone who wants to learn how to create connecting, caring, and effective conversations about racial justice issues and practice skills for communicating authentically, finding common ground, and connecting across differences.




Phoenix Soliel bio:


Phoenix, a teacher of Nonviolent Communication, Diversity and Inclusion, will present the workshop. Soleil has led trainings in non-violent communication, racial justice, and personal development for organizations including Google, Kellogg Foundation, and UC Berkeley. She is currently the Race and Engaged Practice resident at Portland Dharma House in Maine. See more on 


This workshop is sponsored by the Social Justice Committee offered as a part of the church’s ongoing commitment to supporting individual and community efforts to challenge racism.







When - Saturday, April 04th. Doors open at 8:30 am with workshop at 9 am to 4pm.

Tickets - The price is $50 per participant

Benefactor Opportunity, $75. Our intention is to have this workshop available to all. Paying this amount, which includes the price of your ticket, will enable someone else to attend. Scholarships are available for People of Color and anyone who needs it. Thank you.

For Information about possible scholarships call 207-985-3342

ParkingThe church offers parking next to the side entrance beside the Town Library and lower lot. 
Please arrive early to allow time for parking and check-in.


April 4th, 2020 9:00 AM   through   4:00 PM
KENNEBUNK, ME 04043-7036
Event Fee(s)
Participant Admission $ 50.00
Benefactor Opportunity $ 75.00

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