Programs

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Eradicating Racism: A Path Forward

The Dock C. Bracy Center offers an innovative learning series designed to help participants eradicate racism – within themselves, their families, communities, and organizations. Currently delivered via Zoom, “Eradicating Racism: A Path Forward” is a series of four learning sessions combining film/video, presentation, and small group discussion.  The series provides a safe learning environment for self-reflection, dialogue, learning and action planning. Through exploring and re-aligning emotional and cognitive responses to racial issues, participants find the personal power to help dismantle racism, effectively and compassionately. The series covers the roots, history and structures of racism; how white privilege is constructed, supported and internalized; and how the mythology of white supremacy harms people of all races.  The final session provides coaching support to participants who have committed to eradicating racism in many different arenas. 

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Finding Your Voice

The Center believes that people who are committed to taking action to eradicate racism in their community need focused on-going support. The Finding Your Voice Program provides that support to every individual who signs the “Anti-Racism Pro-Human Reconciliation Pledge”. The Center’s support is focused on aiding participants, through education, to deliver on their pledge. “We Got Your Back” you can say.

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Reading for Understanding

As a learning organization, the Center seeks to provide opportunities to promote understanding and empathy. The book discussion provides participants with a shared experience and an opportunity to engage with others.

 

The Center’s Reading for Understanding monthly book discussions are free and have two requirements: Read the book and make time for the discussion.

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Hosting Program

A person who has completed the introductory learning session series and signed the “Anti-Racism Pro-Human Reconciliation Pledge” can become a host by inviting a friends, family members, and or colleaguess to register for and attend a introductory learning session series. The Center handles the registration process. Participation in this program allows a person to immediately become a part of the solution to eradicating racism.

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Train-the-Trainer

A person who has completed the introductory learning session and signed the “Anti-Racism Pro-Human Reconciliation Pledge” can apply to the Train-the-Trainer Program (TTT). This program trains people to facilitate and deliver the introductory learning session series. Participation in this program allows a person to immediately become a part of the solution to eradicating racism.