At the heart of transforming the racism that plagues our society is awareness about and the ability to respond consciously and curiously to the ways that racism manifests itself in relational and systemic contexts. This webinar will provide a forum to openly and safely discuss the challenges around this topic without shame or guilt. You will have an opportunity to share how you are feeling and explore the unknowns.
The politically and socially polarized world we are living in demands all of us make both systemic and relational moves towards justice while directly recognizing and addressing white privilege. It's a daunting task. It's hard to know where to start and how to do this work effectively and productively.
This timely and important webinar will be addressing the following topics...
Welcoming humility & curiosity...It’s ok to not know
Unpacking the questions/needs/challenges we may be experiencing in relationship with issues of race
Exploring the changes being called for by The Movement for Black Lives
Reflecting on the individual work that non-BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) can be doing to transform racism in their life both personally and professionally
We invite you to respond to this challenge as we take the first steps to Bridging the Racial Gap and begin the antiracist dialogue.
These webinars will be recorded. A link to the webinar recordings will be sent to registered participants shortly after their conclusion.
Sonali Sadequee is a Muslim queer yogi and a wholistic life coach for community leaders, medical patients, and young activists who are challenged by chronic health issues and/or stress. She believes in the transformative power of trauma and resilience-informed self-care practices and relationships for influencing social change.
Conscious communication, preventive healthcare, vegan yogic lifestyle, collective-care, and self-care practices are her medicine of choice. She is the founder of Sustainable Wellness, a wholistic wellness coaching practice that supports professionals and young leaders to reverse the impact of trauma from life’s injustices.
Sonali is a trained Imago Communication Facilitator. When she is not coaching, Sonali supports a few non-profit organizations, including IRNA. She is a co-founder of Kindred Southern Healing Justice Collective, a network of grassroots community activists, healers, and medical practitioners who are creating mechanisms for wellness and safety that respond to, intervene and transform conditions of generational trauma and systemic violence impacting in BIPOC and LGBTQIA communities.
Charles Sue-Wah-Sing is a first-generation Canadian of mixed ethnicity including Indian, Chinese, Armenian, British and African. He’s a conscious leadership and life coach and co-founder of WAY - a boutique coaching company with a focus on bringing consciousness to individuals, organizations and families.
He’s certified as an Imago Relationship Facilitator, Co-Active Coach (CTI), and holds accreditation with International Coach Federation (ICF). He’s also a faculty member with CTI. He also brings into his coaching an understanding of family dynamics, Positive Intelligence (PQ), Conscious Leadership, Emotional Intelligence (EQ), and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).
Charles is on the board of multiple non-profits targeting BIPOC, youth and poverty. Charles is a life-long seeker and an avid reader. He’s knowledgeable in many religions, politics, sciences, history, culture, ceremonies to name a few. Charles has facilitated men’s groups and ran workshops for couples and is now writing a number of projects pertaining to culture, ceremony, purpose and the times we're in.
$40 each session
IRNA Gold Members - 20% off
IRNA Silver Members - 10% off
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