Starts: April 15, 2020 10:00 am | Ends: April 15, 2020 11:30 am
Join RNW consultants and past training participants for community building and collaboration.
- Prerequisite: These sessions are open to anyone who has attended one of the following trainings with RNW:
- Introduction to Restorative Justice or Advanced Circle Training
- Artful Facilitation or Mindful Facilitation
- Institutional Equity (or any training with the equity Sun Framework)
What challenges are you currently facing? Do you have a recent project you want to debrief? Are you looking for design suggestions for an upcoming event? Are you struggling to de-center whiteness in mainstream meeting culture?
These sessions are a great opportunity to:
- Share challenges, successes and lessons learned among peers
- Talk through meeting or group process design options, to clarify and advance your meeting’s purpose
- Brainstorm strategies for shifting power, centering the most impacted, healing harm, and advancing racial equity
- Explore ways to respond to challenging interactions or group dynamics
- Build community with others to help sustain you in your work
If you are able to join us at the next session, please RSVP below so we know how many of you to expect.
Hope to see you on April 15th!
Please note: RNW’s facilitation trainings have continued to evolve to better align with our mission. Our recent trainings, Artful Facilitation Grounded in Racial Equity, have begun by acknowledging the ways white supremacy culture tends to be embedded in group processes and looking for ways to transform our practice. We may refer to the article White Supremacy Culture in the praxis workshop. We encourage you to read it here.
Space is limited. Register here.
- Trainers: Rotating
- Date and time: April 15 from 10:00am – 11:30am
- This is a remote training via Zoom. You can see some introductory videos on working with Zoom here. Ways you could participate:
- Computer with camera and good internet access
- Phone with camera and good internet access (standard data rates may apply)
- Or you can join via phone only
Teri PiersonTeri (she/her) has been training on topics related to racial and social justice for almost 30 years, and she has been a professional facilitator for about 15 years. Her work as a consultant, trainer, and facilitator at Resolutions Northwest and in private practice supports individuals and organizations to develop the will and capacity to bring their outcomes in line with their values, particularly around racial equity. As a white bisexual woman who grew up here in Portland, Teri is always up against her own learning edge in working for racial justice. She draws inspiration from her fabulous colleagues and from her practice of aikido, a Japanese martial art.
Carrie FuentesCarrie Fuentes (she/her/sometimes Queen) is a Xicana Fat Femme, born in Los Angeles and raised in Portland. Carrie has been working within local fat and queer community for over 10 years and working towards racial liberation since she learned about inequity from a very early age. As a trainer, consultant and facilitator Carrie uses humor and direct communication as key components to making difficult topics more accessible to folks.
Gabriele RossGabriele Ross brings with her two decades of working as counselor and advocate with marginalized populations such as youth struggling with substance abuse and mental illness, students who return from being incarcerated, students who are homeless, sexual minority youth and undocumented students in public schools in Seattle and in Vancouver, WA. Gabriele has a Masters Degree in Conflict Resolution from Portland State University. She is active in social justice organizations and worked as an advocate with victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, and as a community organizer. She came to the US initially as a volunteer for Action Reconciliation/Services for Peace, a German organization founded by survivors of the Nazi regime. She likes to be in her garden or on a dragon boat, or out running and biking. She is an avid soccer fan and volunteered for the Women’s World Cup twice as a translator.
Stephen FowlerStephen Fowler is an activist, justice advocate, community educator, and performing artist from Portland Oregon. Convicted as a teenager, sentenced to 7.5 years in the Oregon Youth Authority, Stephen used his time to educate and expand his understanding of self-worth, potential, and purpose using art forms. Stephen is now committed to educating organizations, school districts, community members, teachers, parents, and students about the radical practice of restorative justice for collective liberation. Stephen is a Consultant, Mediator, co-founder of Verbal Escape, an employee of Resolutions Northwest, Race Talks Facilitator, and resource council member for Morpheus Youth Projects.
April 15, 2020 10:00 am
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