Updated: Dec 8, 2021
Finding Your Path through Finding Your Voice
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 7, 2021
Marlborough, MA – The Dock C. Bracy Center for Human Reconciliation today announced the launch of the Finding Your Voice Program (FYVP).
As a learning organization, the Center seeks to understand what support people need to be committed and active in eradicating racism and other forms of human oppression.
The Finding Your Voice Program creates an environment for learning, healing, and transformation. It is rich in educational resources and offers networking support.
“We are creating an antiracist community. The Finding Your Voice Program provides problem-solving strategies and resources to help participants transform their communities. Register for our introductory learning series, today.” – Paul S. Bracy, Founder
What should a participant expect?
A person participating in the Program can take advantage of many opportunities for learning and support, to develop their skills and become more effective at transforming their communities.
There are no required meetings, and the Program will offer a range of learning sessions based on participants’ learning needs.
Participants are encouraged to continue learning about human oppression and what actions can be taken through our Program and elsewhere.
How to become involved in the Program?
Complete the Eradicating Racism: A Path Forward Learning Series.
Agree with the shared vision which is included in the Anti-Racism Pro-Human Reconciliation Pledge.
Sign the Anti-Racism Pro-Human Reconciliation Pledge.
When a person has completed these requirements, they are invited to establish a relationship with the Center to assist in actualizing their pledge.
The Finding Your Voice Program is unique because it makes a clear statement to each participant: “We Got Your Back.”
About the Dock C. Bracy Center for Human Reconciliation
The Dock C. Bracy Center is committed to human reconciliation and the eradication of racism and other forms of human oppression. Our work focuses on healing the internal emotional and cognitive harms that have allowed racism to continue to thrive in our society. We support the efforts of many other groups and individuals by providing opportunities for learning and self-reflection so that strategies to eradicate racism can become more successful. Additional information about the Center can be found by visiting the website and by following @dcbcenter.
The Dock C. Bracy Center for Human Reconciliation