Check out the Facilitate Movement Spring 2019 calendar updates and links for more information related to how you can get involved.
The Museum portion of the trip situates the experiences of slavery, civil rights abuses, and mass incarceration as central to “American” identity. It takes concerted and sustained effort to resist consciousness of the deep and pervasive racism in our country. It will take a massive effort, constant focus on awareness building, dedication to anti-racist policy, faith that we are the ones to do it, and trust that we will not give up on each other to reverse the course of our history.
It’s the end of October, y’all! I say that with all the gratitude and love I can muster after a whirlwind of fall events and programs. I have travelled coast to coast programming and planning for social impact with museums, conferences, schools, nonprofits, and individuals who are absolutely committed to manifesting change in their communities…
Since of the launch of Facilitate Movement, I have tools to measure my effectiveness, but there is one sure indicator of success.
You will notice that this persists in our workplaces, schools, churches, and public discourse. But you don’t have to wait to counter these racist narratives. You can start with a very simple action.